to get, to be given something while the other party is the active partner (opposite: to obtain). (verb)
to take possession of (verb)
To act as a host for guests. (verb)
To suffer from (an injury) (verb)
To detect a signal from a transmitter. (verb)
To be in a position to take possition, or hit back the ball. (verb)
To accept into the mind; to understand. (verb)
An operation in which data is received. (noun)
Examples of word receive
Toyota's first step will be expanding its ringed logos across social media, at this summer's action-sports Dew Tour, by sponsoring a best-athlete voting contest as well as a scavenger hunt where participants who snap a tag receive a video response from a tour celebrity.
For example, Manulife was selling policies that allowed investors to make deposits over a 10-year period and at the end of the term receive a guaranteed 75% of their total investment or market value, whichever was higher.
They expected to receive a code word from those in charge that would expose us as messengers.
Gridironfans. com - ... a pass play is called from the sideline, Sanchez will receive a code word from Rex Ryan, the new, self-appointed chief of ball security.
Source: jetsgab. com 116 minutes ago - The New York Daily News reports that a new play call for Mark Sanchez has been reveled: When a pass play is called from the sideline, Sanchez will receive a code word from Rex Ryan, the new, self-appointed chief of ball security.