- vt. & vi. 收到,接到 come into possession of sth that is given or sent to one
- vt. & vi. 接纳; 接待 accept as a visitor or member; welcome
get something; come into possession of;
"receive a gift"
"receive letters from the front"
receive a specified treatment (abstract);
"These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation"
"His movie received a good review"
"I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions"
register (perceptual input);
"pick up a signal"
go through (mental or physical states or experiences);
"get an idea"
"have a feeling"
express willingness to have in one's home or environs;
"The community warmly received the refugees"
accept as true or valid;
"He received Christ"
bid welcome to; greet upon arrival
convert into sounds or pictures;
"receive the incoming radio signals"
experience as a reaction;
"My proposal met with much opposition"
have or give a reception;
"The lady is receiving Sunday morning"
receive as a retribution or punishment;
"He got 5 years in prison"
partake of the Holy Eucharist sacrament
regard favorably or with disapproval;
"Her new collection of poems was not well received"
- Neither John nor I am to receive the award.
- I was on vacation last week and didn't receive your fax.
- He was received as an honoured visitor.
- Our TV receives well since we had a new antenna put on.
- Lady Jones receives on Monday afternoon.
- She would not receive Mrs. Reed.
- I like to receive presents on my birthday.
- Each employee received the same bonus.
- The club received a benevolent donation.
- You have received a just reward.
- That morning we received a report from the front.
- I've just received a letter.
- So far we have received no reply from them.
- She received many invitations, but accepted only one.
- I've received an invitation but I don't think I'll accept.
- When did you receive the money order we sent you?
- An illiterate, later he received some schooling.
- There we received several weeks of intensive training.
- He received a physical exam.
- They had received no instructions what to say about them.
- The new law has received the royal assent.
- We immediately received the support of the workers.
- They received assurances that the Union would stand by them.
- Children in our country receive good education.
- He received the Nobel Prize for literature.
- Your lecture received no attention.
- We received a warm welcome.
- Her husband did not receive her story.
- She was warmly received.
- There was great excitement when the news was received.
- His remarks were received with murmurs of dissent.
- My speech was very well received.
- The statement was received with great enthusiasm.
- I didn't buy the book,I received it as a gift.
- He would not receive her as his son's wife.
- How soon can I be received as a member of the Church?
- The theory was not received as truth by the broad masses of people.
- receive from (v.+prep.)
从…获得,收到(某物) obtain (usually sth) from sb
receive sth from sb
I didn't buy the book,I received it from the writer as a gift.
These farmers receive generous subsidies from the government.
- receive into (v.+prep.)
接纳(某人)加入(某群体、组织) welcome the return of sb into a group which he〔she〕 had left
receive sb (back) into sth
They received him into the Trade Union.
We received him into our family as a son.
You can be received into the Church after instruction into our beliefs.
He was received into his teacher's favour.
When she wanted to return to the Church after a long absence, she was received back into the fold most warmly, with no questions asked.
- receive a blow 遭到打击
- receive a diploma 取得文凭
- receive an education 受到教育
- receive a gift 收到礼物
- receive a letter 收到一封信
- receive a physical exam 体检
- receive a salary 收到薪水
- receive a telegram 收到电报
- receive a welcome 受到欢迎
- receive a wound 受了伤
- receive an explanation 得到一个解释
- receive an injection 接受注射
- receive an ovation 受到欢呼
- receive assurances 得到保证
- receive dividends 分到红利
- receive foreign guests 接待外宾
- receive full cooperation 得到大力合作
- receive good treatment 受到厚待
- receive grants of funds 获得专项资金
- receive great excitement 十分兴奋
- receive high marks 得高分
- receive new ideas 接受新思想
- receive orders 接到命令
- receive phone call 接到电话
- receive punishment 遭到惩罚
- receive satellite programmes 接收卫星电视节目
- receive the cup 领取奖杯
- receive the guests 热情地接待客人
- receive the Nobel Prize 获得诺贝尔奖
- receive the support 获得支持
- receive threats 受到威胁
- receive visitors 接待客人
- receive affably 热情友好地接待
- receive back 重新接纳
- receive ceremoniously 隆重地接待
- receive consciously 自觉地接待
- receive cordially 热忱地接待
- receive courteously 很讲究地接待
- receive credulously 轻易接受
- receive favourably 受到欢迎
- receive frostily 冷遇
- receive glowingly 热心地接待
- receive graciously 礼貌地接待
- receive gratuitously 无故地受到
- receive haughtily 傲慢地对待
- receive hospitably 热心对待
- receive indiscriminately 不加选择地对待
- receive morosely 冷遇
- receive mournfully 凄惨地受到
- receive opportunely 恰好地接待
- receive precisely 恰好地接待
- receive reluctantly 勉强接待
- receive royally 盛大地接待
- receive scornfully 轻蔑地接待
- receive supinely 冷遇
- receive warmly 热烈欢迎
- receive well 接收好
- receive willingly 心甘情愿地接待
I..Did in your name receive it.出自：Two Gentlemen of Verona , Shakespeare
I could not write a letter or receive one without my mothers having to read it.出自： L. Kennedy
- receive与accept的区别：receive意为“收到”，表示客观的，accept意为“接受”，表示主观的。当accept a gift时，表示接受了礼物，不会再退回，而receive a gift时，只是收到了礼物，可能还会退回。
- receive只是一时的动作，因此不能说I have received your letter 3 days.应该改为It is 3 days since I received your letter；
- receive from/of的意思是“从某处或某人那收到（款项）”，如received from/of Sam seven pounds；
- 在英美英语中回信中的第一句话，通常是Your letter of ... received，常省略is，has been。
- receive, accept
- Her husband did not accept〔receive〕 her story.她的丈夫不相信她的话。
- The theory was not received〔accepted〕 as truth by the broad masses of people.这一理论并未被广大人民群众当成真理。
- 1.从搭配上说:在表示“受到教育〔惩罚,支持〕”和“接待客人”等意时只能用receive,不能用accept; 而在表示“接受某条件”时却只能用accept,而不能用receive。
- 2.从含义上说: receive只表示“被动地收到”这一事实,而accept则多了一层主观上“某种程度甚至完全赞同”的意味。例如:
- I've received an invitation but I don't think I'll accept.我收到一份邀请,但不准备接受。
- Though he has received several offers, he can accept only one of them.虽然他收到了几处的聘请,但他只能接受其中之一。
- 再如,收到(receive)别人的致歉,但不一定予以承认(accept); 头脑可以接收(receive)某一思想,但不一定认同(accept); 一个人可以为社会所容纳(receive),但不一定为他人所理解(accept)。简而言之,“accept=receive+乐意地”。
- 此外, receive之后还可以拒绝甚至退回,而一经accept,则除极特殊情况外,一般是不能再拒绝或退回的。因此,复信中写I've received your invitation.就显得不够礼貌了。
- receive, hear from
- hear from不是指具体接到信件,而是指得到音信、信息; receive往往指收到具体的信件。例如:
- I haven't heard from him for a long time.我好久没得到他的音信了。
- I haven't received any letters from him for several months.我已经好几个月没有收到他的信了。
- receive, admit, take
- receive主要表示接到或收到,而不含采取主动或积极行动的意思; admit强调接纳,暗示接纳者采取允许、宽容的态度或作出让步; take是日常用词,指不带有主观意愿地收下。
误 I've received your letter for a couple of days.
正 I've received your letter a couple of days ago.
正 It is a couple of days since I received your letter.
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的recipere：re (回，返） + cipere (取，抓），意为重新抓，再次获得。