respective美 [rɪ'spektɪv] 英 [rɪ'spektɪv]
belonging or relating separately to each of the people or things already mentioned
They are each recognized specialists in their respective fields.
the respective roles of men and women in society
varying according to each of the people or things concerned
belonging separately to each of two or more people or things previously mentioned
The feature did not resolve the respective security threats because unmanaged code always was allowed to run in such a circumstance.
The senior defense official said the U. S. was prepared to engage the Chinese about their respective missile-defense efforts.
The respective stored procedures can be referred to in the agents created for the corresponding applications. e. g.
Each spool support is coupled to a respective motor by means of a drive coupling providing at least one fixed transmission ratio.
Let that monster go away and I will soon let you know what is the respective strength of a Goat and a Bull.
Depending upon the number of tables and their respective sizes, a join operation can be very resource intensive and time consuming.
Inside these zones the respective driving state of the vehicle (100) is monitored to see if it meets the requirements.
The children, following the gentes of their respective mothers, would be divided between them.
It acts upon the start and end of XML elements and compares the name of the respective elements with a path segment.
This brings up the question of how you correlate a response to its respective request.