respectively

[ri-spek-tiv-lee]
adverb
1.
in precisely the order given; sequentially.
2.
(of two or more things, with reference to two or more things previously mentioned) referring or applying to in a parallel or sequential way: Joe and Bob escorted Betty and Alice, respectively.

Origin:
1550–60; respective + -ly

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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

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Example sentences
But they are currently considered subspecies of leopards and leopard cats,
  respectively.
They are exactly alike in every property except that they rotate
  plane-polarized light to the right or left, respectively.
Speaking of lawyers, the mortgage and legal industries show up third and
  fourth, respectively.
The diploma and advanced diploma require two and three years of study,
  respectively.
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