Receive

Pronunciation of Receive  

English Meaning

  1. To take or acquire (something given, offered, or transmitted); get.
  2. To hear or see (information, for example): receive bad news; received a good report of the group's activities.
  3. To have (a title, for example) bestowed on oneself.
  4. To meet with; experience: receive sympathetic treatment.
  5. To have inflicted or imposed on oneself: receive a penalty.
  6. To bear the weight or force of; support: The beams receive the full weight of the walls and roof.
  7. To take or intercept the impact of (a blow, for example).
  8. To take in, hold, or contain: a tank that receives rainwater.
  9. To admit: receive new members.
  10. To greet or welcome: receive guests.
  11. To perceive or acquire mentally: receive a bad impression.
  12. To regard with approval or disapproval: essays that were received well.
  13. To listen to and acknowledge formally and authoritatively: The judge received their oath of allegiance.
  14. To acquire or get something; be a recipient.
  15. To admit or welcome guests or visitors: The couple are not receiving this winter.
  16. To partake of the Eucharist.
  17. Electronics To convert incoming electromagnetic waves into visible or audible signals.
  18. Football To catch or take possession of a kicked ball.

   

Greek Meaning

 

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