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accept to receive, esp. willingly. [2/6 definitions]
beneficial in law, receiving or being entitled to receive proceeds or benefits. [1/2 definitions]
beneficiary one who receives or is designated to receive benefits, as of a will or insurance policy. [1/2 definitions]
boot camp a military installation at which U.S. Navy or Marine recruits receive basic training.
borrow to take or receive (something) with the intention of returning it or something equivalent to it. [2/3 definitions]
bread line a line in which people stand to receive food from a charity organization or the government during hard times, or the people in such a line.
capacity the ability to receive, absorb, or contain. [1/6 definitions]
cell phone a mobile telephone that operates using radio signals and therefore requires no wires. A cell phone is part of a system composed of many low-power radio transmitters located in "cells" across a region and will receive a radio signal from whichever transmitter in the system is closest.
cellular phone a mobile telephone that operates using radio signals and therefore requires no wires. A cellular phone is part of a system composed of many low-power radio transmitters located in "cells" across a region and will receive a radio signal from whichever transmitter in the system is closest.
change to give and receive in turn; interchange. [1/17 definitions]
command to require and receive. [1/12 definitions]
commune1 in some Christian churches, to receive Communion. [1/2 definitions]
coronary insufficiency a medical condition in which the heart muscle does not receive enough oxygenated blood, resulting in angina pectoris or heart failure.
counsel to give or receive counsel. [1/6 definitions]
day nursery a nursery school in which preschool children, usu. of working parents, receive care and supervision during the day.
dish antenna a radio antenna with a round, concave reflector, used to receive or send satellite and microwave signals.
draw to receive, as interest. [1/19 definitions]
earn to receive in return for work or service. [2/4 definitions]
endowment policy a type of insurance policy in which the insured receives a certain amount of money upon the policy's expiration, or the beneficiaries receive the money if the insured dies before the specified time.
esthesia the capacity to receive physical sensations; ability to experience through the senses.
exchange to give or receive (one thing) for another; trade; swap. [1/7 definitions]