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Adjective
Generally accepted as correct or true
Verb
Simple past tense for to take something that has been given, offered or paid
“The player considered to be the most valuable player of the season will receive the prestigious award on Sunday night.”
Verb
(something sent) Simple past tense for take or accept delivery of
“You will receive an eviction notice if you continue to fail in your monthly payments for rent.”
Verb
(something communicated) Simple past tense for take or accept delivery of
“He will receive his results on the Monday, but all signs are positive at the moment.”
Verb
(with object and adverbial) Simple past tense for to react or respond to something in a particular way
“I know what he is going to say, and I can tell you now I will receive it with feigned interest.”
Verb
(specified treatment) Simple past tense for to be subjected to
“You are going to receive a shock if the water from the aquarium spills over onto your appliances.”
Verb
(a guest or visitor) Simple past tense for to formally give admittance to
“If you proceed to the church, the young man standing at the door will receive you.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to allow visitors or guests to be in one's presence
“He is still recovering from surgery, and at this point in time, will not receive visitors.”
Verb
Past participle for to take something that has been given, offered or paid
“The player considered to be the most valuable player of the season will receive the prestigious award on Sunday night.”
Verb
(something sent) Past participle for take or accept delivery of
“You will receive an eviction notice if you continue to fail in your monthly payments for rent.”
Verb
(something communicated) Past participle for take or accept delivery of
“He will receive his results on the Monday, but all signs are positive at the moment.”
Verb
(specified treatment) Past participle for to be subjected to
“You are going to receive a shock if the water from the aquarium spills over onto your appliances.”
Verb
Past participle for to allow visitors or guests to be in one's presence
“He is still recovering from surgery, and at this point in time, will not receive visitors.”
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