Get something; come into possession of:
— Receive payment.
— Receive a gift.
— Receive letters from the front.
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be included in
admit, ... show more
give faith to,
give credit to,
set down for,
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lend oneself to, ... show more
put into one's pocket;
cull, ... show more
Dutch: beërven, bekomen, krijgen, ontvangen, verkrijgen
Receive a specified treatment (abstract):
— These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation.
— His movie received a good review.
synonyms: find, get, incur, obtain.
pickup; ... show more
Register (perceptual input).
synonym: pick up.
Dutch: doorkrijgen, ontvangen
Go through (mental or physical states or experiences):
— Receive injuries.
synonyms: experience, get, have.
Express willingness to have in one's home or environs:
— The community warmly received the refugees.
synonyms: invite, take in.
give entrance to,
give admittance to,
give the entree;
open the door to,
absorb, ... show more
put into one's pocket,
put into one's purse; ... show more
Bid welcome to; greet upon arrival.
keep company with,
walk hand in hand with;
eat off the same trencher,
consort, ... show more
mind one's P's and Q's,
be all things to all men,
speak one fair,
take in good part;
make the amiable,
do the amiable; ... show more
Convert into sounds or pictures.
Have or give a reception.
Receive as a retribution or punishment.
Partake of the Holy Eucharist sacrament.
Regard favorably or with disapproval.
Moby thesaurus: abide by, accede, accept, accept for gospel, accept implicitly, acclaim, acknowledge receipt of, acquiesce, acquiesce in, acquire, admit, agree, agree to, agree with, applaud, ascertain, assent, assimilate, assume, be certain ... show more.
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