Relating to two or more persons or things regarded individually; particular: successful in their respective fields. (adjective)
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Use "respective" in a sentence
" She says the leaders will brief each other on what she describes as their respective domestic development."
"It was only proper for other religions to use the word “God” and not “Allah” when referring to their God in respective beliefs, he said."
"Guts: I disagree that they have successfully done this, at least when it comes to my arguments (i have not followed each and every debate that has taken place here at TT), but that is something to be hashed out in respective threads."