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respectively

sequentially; in precisely the order given: John and Hal finished first and second, respectively.
Not to be confused with:
respectably – honorably; suitably: He performed his job respectably.
respectfully – full of respect; with regard: She listened respectfully to his advice.

re·spec·tive·ly

 (rĭ-spĕk′tĭv-lē)
adv.
Singly in the order designated or mentioned: The bookcase and the table are 5 feet and 3 feet high, respectively.

respectively

(rɪˈspɛktɪvlɪ)
adv
(in listing a number of items or attributes that refer to another list) separately in the order given: he gave Janet and John a cake and a chocolate respectively.

re•spec•tive•ly

(rɪˈspɛk tɪv li)

adv.
1. in precisely the order given; sequentially.
2. (of two or more subjects, with reference to two or more subjects previously mentioned) in a parallel or sequential way: Joe and Bob escorted Betty and Alice, respectively.
[1550–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.respectively - in the order given; "the brothers were called Felix and Max, respectively"
Translations
على التَّرْتيب، حَسَب التَّعاقُبعلى التَرْتِيب
podle pořadív tomto pořadí
henholdsvisrespekt
siinä järjestyksessä
pojedinačno
hver um sig í áîurnefndri röî
それぞれ
각각
podľa poradia
respektive
ตามลำดับ
her biri ayrı ayrı olaraksırasıylasöz edildikleri sırayla
theo thứ tự

respectively

[rɪsˈpektɪvlɪ] ADVrespectivamente

respectively

[rɪˈspɛktɪvli] advrespectivement
France and Britain were 3rd and 4th respectively → La France et la Grande-Bretagne se classèrent respectivement 3e et 4e.

respectively

advbeziehungsweise; the girls’ dresses are green and blue respectivelydie Mädchen haben grüne beziehungsweise blaue Kleider; and then allocate the funds respectivelyund die Mittel dann dementsprechend verteilen

respectively

[rɪsˈpɛktɪvlɪ] advrispettivamente

respect

(rəˈspekt) noun
1. admiration; good opinion. He is held in great respect by everyone; He has no respect for politicians.
2. consideration; thoughtfulness; willingness to obey etc. He shows no respect for his parents.
3. a particular detail, feature etc. These two poems are similar in some respects.
verb
1. to show or feel admiration for. I respect you for what you did.
2. to show consideration for, a willingness to obey etc. One should respect other people's feelings/property.
reˈspectable adjective
1. having a good reputation or character. a respectable family.
2. correct; acceptable. respectable behaviour.
3. (of clothes) good enough or suitable to wear. You can't go out in those torn trousers – they're not respectable.
4. large, good etc enough; fairly large, good etc. Four goals is a respectable score.
reˈspectably adverb
reˌspectaˈbility noun
reˈspectful adjective
having or showing respect.
reˈspectfully adverb
reˈspectfulness noun
reˈspecting preposition
about; concerning. Respecting your salary, we shall come to a decision later.
reˈspective (-tiv) adjective
belonging to etc each person or thing mentioned. Peter and George went to their respective homes.
reˈspectively (-tiv-) adverb
referring to each person or thing mentioned, in the order in which they are mentioned. Peter, James and John were first, second and third, respectively.
reˈspects noun plural
greetings. He sends his respects to you.
pay one's respects (to someone)
to visit (a person) as a sign of respect to him.
with respect to
about; concerning. With respect to your request, we regret that we are unable to assist you in this matter.

respectively

على التَرْتِيب v tomto pořadí respekt beziehungsweise αντίστοιχα respectivamente siinä järjestyksessä respectivement pojedinačno rispettivamente それぞれ 각각 respectievelijk respektivt odpowiednio respectivamente, respetivamente соответственно respektive ตามลำดับ sırasıyla theo thứ tự 分别地
References in classic literature ?
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
The jurisdiction of her several courts, general and local, of law, of equity, of admiralty, etc., is not less a source of frequent and intricate discussions, sufficiently denoting the indeterminate limits by which they are respectively circumscribed.
Between the vases is a cheerful decoration of preserved coffin plates -- five in all, pertaining respectively to Janet's father and mother, a brother, her sister Anne, and a hired man who died here once!
Respectively, they represent attacks on the Sperm and Right Whale.
But in all such Cases the Votes of both Houses shall be determined by Yeas and Nays, and the Names of the Persons voting for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of each House respectively. If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which case it shall not be a Law.
In a motor boat, an airship, and a submarine respectively the young inventor had gone through many perils.
The chance comparison in this chapter, between the whale and the elephant, so far as some aspects of the tail of the one and the trunk of the other are concerned, should not tend to place those two opposite organs on an equality, much less the creatures to which they respectively belong.
It is, therefore, with the most evident propriety, that the plan of the convention proposes to empower the Union "to provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the United States, RESERVING TO THE STATES RESPECTIVELY THE APPOINTMENT OF THE OFFICERS, AND THE AUTHORITY OF TRAINING THE MILITIA ACCORDING TO THE DISCIPLINE PRESCRIBED BY CONGRESS."
His other autobiographical works are MY BONDAGE AND MY FREEDOM and LIFE AND TIMES OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, published in 1855 and 1881 respectively. He died in 1895.
However, he had still three bets of three, four, and five thousand dollars, respectively; and if he gained two out of these, his position would not be very bad.
Needless to say that verses 9, 10, 11, and 12 refer to the Greeks, the Persians, the Jews, and the Germans respectively. In the penultimate verse he makes known his discovery concerning the root of modern Nihilism and indifference,--i.e., that modern man has no goal, no aim, no ideals
Fifteen days later, two thousand miles farther off, the Helvetia, of the Compagnie-Nationale, and the Shannon, of the Royal Mail Steamship Company, sailing to windward in that portion of the Atlantic lying between the United States and Europe, respectively signalled the monster to each other in 42@ 15' N.