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receive (v.)

14世纪, 来自古北法语 receivre (古法语 recoivre) “抓住, 抓住, 拿起, 拿起; 欢迎, 接受”, 来自拉丁语 recipere “重获, 拿回来, 带回, 带回来, 恢复; 带到自己身上, 接受, 承认”, 来自 re- “回来”, 尽管这里的确切意义是模糊的(见 re-) + -cipere, 组合形式 capere “拿”, 来自PIE根 *kap- “抓住”. 广播和(后来) 电视的意义从1908年开始得到证明. 相关: Received; receiving.

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Definitions of receive

receive (v.)
get something; come into possession of;
receive payment
receive a gift
receive letters from the front
Synonyms: have
receive (v.)
receive a specified treatment (abstract);
These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation
His movie received a good review
Synonyms: get / find / obtain / incur
receive (v.)
register (perceptual input);
Synonyms: pick up
receive (v.)
go through (mental or physical states or experiences);
receive injuries
Synonyms: experience / have / get
receive (v.)
express willingness to have in one's home or environs;
The community warmly received the refugees
Synonyms: take in / invite
receive (v.)
accept as true or valid;
He received Christ
receive (v.)
bid welcome to; greet upon arrival;
Synonyms: welcome
receive (v.)
convert into sounds or pictures;
receive the incoming radio signals
receive (v.)
experience as a reaction;
Synonyms: meet / encounter
receive (v.)
have or give a reception;
receive (v.)
receive as a retribution or punishment;
Synonyms: get
receive (v.)
partake of the Holy Eucharist sacrament;
receive (v.)
regard favorably or with disapproval;
Her new collection of poems was not well received
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