Receive

  • (verb): Regard favorably or with disapproval.
    Example: "Her new collection of poems was not well received"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on receive, receives:

Baptism Of Desire
... through the Christian ritual because of death, nevertheless receive the fruits of Baptism if their grace of conversion included an internal act of perfect love and ... For catechumens who die before their Baptism, their explicit desire to receive it, together with repentance for their sins, and charity, assures them the salvation that they were not able to receive through the ...
Penn Relays - Prizes - Other Prizes By Event - High School Philadelphia, Tri-State, and Consolation Races
... The first place team will receive an 8" bronze plaque ... Individuals on the winning relay will receive gold medals ... Individuals on the second place relay will receive silver medals ...
Geography Of Abkhazia - Climate
... Abkhazia receives high amounts of precipitation, but is known for its unique micro-climate (transitional from subtropical to mountain) along most of its coast, causing lower levels of ... The foothills, the lower ranges, and the interior gorges of the Republic receive anywhere between 1,000 to 1,800 mm (39.4 to 70.9 in) of precipitation annually ... The higher mountainous regions receive 1,700 to 3,500 mm (66.9 to 137.8 in) of precipitation per year ...
European Trophy - Tournament Structure - Prize Money
... After the regulation round, the four division winners will receive €25 000 each, the four second-placed teams €20 000, and the third, fourth and fifth team of each ... in the final of the Red Bulls Salute, the winning team receives €50 000, while the losing finalist gets €10 000 ... winners also win the Red Bulls Salute, that team will receive an additional €50 000 as a bonus, for a total of €125 000 (including the division-win money) ...
Hargrave Military Academy - Punishment
... that is caught violating a rule will receive punishment ... severe case of fighting or possession of tobacco products, you can receive ISS (In-School-Suspension), where you sit in the military office and receive 0's on all of the work that you ...

More definitions of "receive":

  • (verb): Recieve (perceptual input).
    Synonyms: pick up
  • (verb): Receive a specified treatment (abstract).
    Example: "These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation"
    Synonyms: get, find, obtain, incur
  • (verb): Of mental or physical states or experiences.
    Example: "Receive injuries"
    Synonyms: experience, have, get, undergo
  • (verb): Bid welcome to; greet upon arrival.
    Synonyms: welcome
  • (verb): Have or give a reception.
    Example: "The lady is receiving Sunday morning"
  • (verb): Convert into sounds or pictures.
    Example: "Receive the incoming radio signals"
  • (verb): Receive as a retribution or punishment.
    Synonyms: get
  • (verb): Express willingness to have in one's home or environs.
    Synonyms: take in, invite
  • (verb): Partake of the Holy Eucharist sacrament.
  • (verb): Get something; come into possession of.
    Example: "Receive payment"; "receive a gift"; "receive letters from the front"
    Synonyms: have
  • (verb): Accept as true or valid.
    Example: "He received Christ"

Famous quotes containing the word receive:

    When the Day of Judgement dawns and the great conquerors and lawyers and statesmen come to receive their rewards—their crowns, their laurels, their names carved indelibly upon imperishable marble—the Almighty will turn to Peter and will say, not without a certain envy when he sees us coming with our books under our arms, “Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them here. They have loved reading.”
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    Another gentleman ... desired to know if I was engaged, or would honour him with my hand [to dance]. So he was pleased to say, though I am sure I know not what honour he could receive from me; but these sort of expressions, I find, are used as words of course, without any distinction of persons, or study of propriety.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    When first the college rolls receive his name,
    The young enthusiast quilts his ease for fame;
    Through all his veins the fever of renown
    Burns from the strong contagion of the gown;
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)