- 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"
- 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.这本书不是我买的,而是作者送给我的礼物。
These farmers receive generous subsidies from the government.这些农民得到了政府的大量补贴。
- 从…获得,收到(某物) obtain (usually sth) from sb receive sth from sb
- 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.他们接受他为工会成员。
We received him into our family as a son.我们收他为养子。用于 be ～ed 结构
You can be received into the Church after instruction into our beliefs.在给你讲授我们的教义之后,你就可以被接纳为教会的成员。
He was received into his teacher's favour.他得到老师的宠爱。
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.她离开教会已经很长时间了,当她希望返回时,没有被问到任何问题,而是受到格外热烈的欢迎。
- 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
- 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
这两个词都含有“收到”的意思。在表示“赞同某一意见或看法”时可互换。例如: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。其区别是：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
这两个词(组)都可表示“接到某人信件”。其区别是：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
这三个词都有“接受”的意思。其区别是：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.
错句：all i hope is that you will receive my invation and come here.
纠正：all i hope is that you will accept my invation and come here.
分析：receive invation与accept invation的区别用法，一个是客观的收到，一个是主观的接收邀请。
- ☆ 1300年左右进英入语，直接源自拉丁语的recipere：re (回，返） + cipere (取，抓），意为重新抓，再次获得。
- receive:receive vt. 收到, 接到, 接收, 遭到, 受到, 接待, 接见 英英解释:动词receive:1. get something; come into possession of同义词：h…