receive
[rɪ'si:v]

verb

[Definition]: get, take into possession

[Example Sentences]:
1. Those who decide to stay in will receive shares valued in excess of $14.25.
2. You can receive one by mail for $36.50.
3. Windows XP will receive its final security updates on April 8.
4. Every older figure works in the new game, and each will receive a raised level cap to 20.
5. He will receive the medal in a ceremony at the White House on May 13.
6. For example, if your flight is delayed two hours or longer, you receive $50.
7. Now it will serve chicken that receive no antibiotics starting in March 2016.
8. At Microsoft, for example, top executives did not receive the same salary or bonuses in fiscal 2013.
9. The request was made on 10/6 and I did not receive the credit until 10/14.
10. Aviation said it will receive the 737s from 2016 through 2021.
11. We have asked Apple for comment and will update the story if we receive one.
12. It means those with the older devices will no longer receive software or security updates.
13. It does not deliver content to users who do not want to receive them.
14. You can choose whether or not you want your device to make and receive iPhone calls.


[Antonyms]send

[Synonyms]get
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