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receptionist an office worker employed primarily to greet visitors, screen telephone calls, and answer routine questions.
reception room a room, esp. in an office, where visitors or clients are received.
receptive capable of or willing to receive. [2 definitions]
receptor in biochemistry, a protein that receives a chemical signal sent from another cell, and elicits a cellular response. [2 definitions]
recertification combined form of certification.
recertify combined form of certify.
recess a limited break in ongoing activity, such as courtroom proceedings or school classes. [5 definitions]
recession1 a period of reduced or declining economic activity. [3 definitions]
recession2 a ceding again; return of a former possession.
recessional of or pertaining to a recession. [2 definitions]
recessive in genetics, of an allele or trait whose influence or characteristic does not appear when combined with a masking or dominant allele or trait. (Cf. dominant). [3 definitions]
rechallenge combined form of challenge.
rechannel combined form of channel.
recharge to charge once again, or repeatedly. [2 definitions]
rechargeable combined form of recharge.
recharter combined form of charter.
recheck combined form of check.
recherché sought or developed with great care; uncommon. [3 definitions]
rechoreograph combined form of choreograph.
rechristen combined form of christen.
re-Christianize combined form of Christianize.