Etymology
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susception (n.)

mid-15c., "an undertaking, act of taking upon oneself," from Old French susception or directly from Latin susceptionem (nominative susceptio) "an undertaking," noun of action from past-participle stem of suscipere "to take; admit, accept; sustain, support" (see susceptible). As "action or capacity of taking something into the mind; passive mental reception," by 1756.

updated on September 07, 2022

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