English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to receive: to acquire, to get, to accept, to obtain
I received a letter from my grandfather this morning.
UK: Can you tell me when I'll receive my parcel please?
US: You received your parcel two weeks ago, madam.
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- "I received an e-mail from Bruno."
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- "Gerald : Pass phrase received."
- "Like you, I also receive many e-mails."
- "I don't know if or when you'll receive this letter."
- "Glitches after receiving phone calls from his mother, like the human version."
- "I received your last pigeon."
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