in return

in return  {adv. phr.}
In order to give back something; as payment; in recognition or exchange. — Often used with "for".
Bud gave me his knife and I gave him marbles in return.
The lady helped Mother when she was sick and in return Mother often invited her to dinner.
How much did John give you in return for your bicycle?
I hit him in return for the time he hit me.
I wrote Dad a letter and got a package in return.
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