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  1. receive

    • IPA[rɪˈsiːv]

    英式

    • v.
      be given, presented with, or paid (something);take delivery of (something sent or communicated)
    • verb: receive, 3rd person present: receives, gerund or present participle: receiving, past tense: received, past participle: received

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    • v.
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    • 1. be given, presented with, or paid (something):

      the band will receive a £100,000 advance

      she received her prize from the manager

    • 2. take delivery of (something sent or communicated):

      he received fifty enquiries after advertising the job

    • 3. consent to hear (an oath or confession):

      he failed to find a magistrate to receive his oath

    • 4. buy or accept goods known to be stolen:

      he was deprived of his licence for receiving a stolen load of whisky

    • 5. suffer, experience, or be subject to (specified treatment):

      the event received wide press coverage

      she received only cuts and bruises

    • 6. respond to (something) in a specified way:

      her first poem was not well received

    • 7. meet and have to withstand:

      the landward slopes receive the full force of the wind

    • 8. meet with (a specified reaction):

      the rulings have received widespread acceptance

    • 9. widely accepted as authoritative or true:

      the myths and received wisdom about the country's past

    • 10. greet or welcome (a visitor) formally:

      representatives of the club will be received by the Mayor

    • 11. be visited by:

      she was not allowed to receive visitors

    • 12. admit as a member:

      hundreds of converts were received into the Church

    • 13. form (an idea or impression) as a result of perception or experience:

      the impression she received was one of unhurried leisure

    • 14. detect or pick up (broadcast signals):

      the systems work by comparing time signals received from different satellites

    • 15. serve as a receptacle for:

      the basin that receives your blood

    • 16. provide space or accommodation for:

      the remaining lines receive the general rolling stock

    • 17. (in tennis and similar games) be the player to whom the server serves (the ball).
    • 18. eat or drink (the Eucharistic bread or wine):

      he received Communion and left

    • ph. receive the appropriate reward or (more usually) punishment for one's actions

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    • ph. receive what one deserves, especially appropriate punishment

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    • n. the standard form of British English pronunciation, based on educated speech in southern England, widely accepted as a standard elsewhere.

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    • n. the standard form of British English pronunciation, based on educated speech in southern England.

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    • n. used on a bill of exchange to indicate that the bill is a means of paying for goods or services to the value of the bill.

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    • n. an enclosure in a stockyard into which mustered animals are driven before being sorted:

    • he drove the herd from the receiving yard into a series of smaller yards

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    • n. a collection of people who gather in a row to greet guests as they arrive at a formal social event:

    • the guests step forward to shake hands with the bridal party on the receiving line

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    • n. a collection of people who gather in a row to greet guests as they arrive at a formal social event:

    • the guests step forward to shake hands with the bridal party on the receiving line

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    • IPA[rəˈsēv]

    美式

    • v.
      be given, presented with, or paid (something):
    • she received her prize from the manager

      most businesses will receive a tax cut

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    • received是收到還是被承認....??

      ...的發聲來表達,而且要藉助其四聲變化。 2015-02-16 17:54:03 補充: >另外received是收到還是被承認....?? 是收到. 被承認是recognized/admitted/...