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non-symmetric (of a relation)

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(of a relation)

Not symmetric, or asymmetric, or antisymmetric. The relation has to hold for some pairs in both orders, and hold for only one order for some other pairs, i.e. there exist elements a, b, c, d for which a ~ b, b ~ a, whereas c ~ d, but d ~ c does not hold.

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