to get, to be given something while the other party is the active partner (opposite: to obtain). (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.
Independent appraisers say some management companies are already looking for ways to bypass the Fed, such as requiring them to sign statements in advance of their work that the fee they receive is "customary and reasonable," even though it's bare-bones and far below what experienced appraisers would be paid.
A: Life insurance proceeds that you receive from the death of an individual are excluded from taxable income and are not subject to income taxes for individual income tax purposes.
They are not building low income housing anymore -- despite of the millions they receive from the goverment.