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reflexive

1. Physiol of or relating to a reflex
2. Logic Maths (of a relation) holding between any member of its domain and itself
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reflexive

(theory)
A relation R is reflexive if, for all x, x R x.

Equivalence relations, pre-orders, partial orders and total orders are all reflexive.
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