Need another word that means the same as “reciprocity”? Find 20 synonyms and 30 related words for “reciprocity” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Reciprocity” are: reciprocality, exchange, trade, trade-off, swap, switch, barter, substitute, substitution, reciprocation, return, payment, remuneration, amends, compensation, indemnity, recompense, restitution, reparation, satisfaction
Reciprocity as a Noun
Definitions of "Reciprocity" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “reciprocity” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges.
- The practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit, especially privileges granted by one country or organization to another.
- A relation of mutual dependence or action or influence.
Synonyms of "Reciprocity" as a noun (20 Words)
|A sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury.
How can I make amends.
|The action or system of bartering.
We had no money so we had to live by barter.
|The action or process of awarding compensation.
Send your CV and current compensation to Executive Search Consultant.
|A move or short sequence of moves in which both players capture material of comparable value or particularly the exchange in which one captures a rook in return for a knight or bishop.
Negotiations should lead to an exchange of land for peace.
|Security against or exemption from legal liability for one’s actions.
No indemnity will be given for loss of cash.
|Something given as a reward or in recompense for something done.
Ask for a discount for payment by cash.
|Something (a term or expression or concept) that has a reciprocal relation to something else.
|Mutual interaction; the activity of reciprocating or exchanging (especially information.
|Compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made.
Substantial damages were paid in recompense.
|The act of paying for goods or services or to recompense for losses.
Adequate remuneration for his work.
|(usually plural) compensation exacted from a defeated nation by the victors.
The Treaty of Versailles imposed heavy reparations and restrictions on Germany.
|Recompense for injury or loss.
Upon the restitution of the book to its rightful owner the child was given a tongue lashing.
|A key pressed on a computer keyboard to simulate a carriage return in a word processing program or to indicate the end of a command or data string.
He won the point on a cross court return.
|The payment of a debt or fulfilment of an obligation or claim.
The satisfaction of their demand for better services.
|An athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced.
A sheriff substitute.
|The action of replacing someone or something with another person or thing.
He sent Smith in for Jones but the substitution came too late to help.
|A thing that has been or may be given in exchange for something else.
I ve got one already but I ll keep this as a swap.
|An act of changing to or adopting one thing in place of another.
The guard hit a switch and the gate swung open.
|A trade wind.
In the trade this sort of computer is called a client based system.
|An exchange that occurs as a compromise.
Usage Examples of "Reciprocity" as a noun
- The Community intends to start discussions on reciprocity with third countries.
Associations of "Reciprocity" (30 Words)
|(of two or more parties) holding the same view or opinion on something.
All the republics are agreed on the necessity of a common defence policy.
|The determination of grammatical inflection on the basis of word relations.
The two parties were in agreement.
|The quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others.
|Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish.
It was an entirely altruistic act.
|A person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help.
A low interest loan from a benefactor allowed them to build a floor for the exhibition hall.
|The quality of being kind or helpful or generous.
|Doing or producing good.
A beneficent democracy.
|Affecting or undertaken by two parties.
A bilateral agreement between the United States and Japan.
|A deep awareness of and sympathy for another’s suffering.
The victims should be treated with compassion.
Rights whether moral or legal can involve correlative duties.
|Someone who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person (the host.
An anonymous donor has given 25.
|The surrender of an accused or convicted person by one state or country to another (usually under the provisions of a statute or treaty.
They fought to prevent his extradition to the US.
|Consider as the favorite.
He favors his second daughter.
|The trait of being willing to give your money or time.
I was overwhelmed by the generosity of friends and neighbours.
|Willing to give and share unstintingly.
A generous helping of pasta.
|A person who gives something.
A giver of advice.
|Friendly, helpful, or cooperative feelings or attitude.
A goodwill gesture.
|Pertaining to or concerned with the humanities.
A humane education.
|Each of the elements (bread and wine) of the Eucharist.
What kinds of desserts are there.
|The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.
He thanked them for their kindness and support.
|A mutual building society or insurance company.
My father hated him from the start and the feeling was mutual.
|Of or relating to or characterized by philanthropy.
They receive financial support from philanthropic bodies.
|Someone who makes charitable donations intended to increase human well-being.
The trust was founded by an American philanthropist.
|The desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes.
A philanthropy was incorporated to help oldsters obtain benefits like pension rights.
|Concerned more with the needs and wishes of others than with one’s own; unselfish.
An act of selfless devotion.
|Concern more with the needs and wishes of others than with one’s own.
A noble act of selflessness.
|The act of meeting for social purposes.
The socialization of children to the norms of their culture.
|Mentally and emotionally stable.
She sits for hours together in the lotus position.
|The doctrine that actions are right if they are useful or for the benefit of a majority.