get something; come into possession of
"receive payment"; "receive a gift"; "receive letters from the front"
let, take in, invite, get, find, deliver, take, own, meet, make, throw, have, ingest, cause, encounter, give, induce, birth, hold, feature, stimulate, incur, have got, possess, pick up, experience, suffer, accept, sustain, consume, obtain, welcome, give birth, bear
receive, get, find, obtain, incur(verb)
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"
pick up, make, mystify, experience, develop, draw, have, find oneself, become, sustain, retrieve, scram, prevail, amaze, stimulate, sire, drive, engender, hold, go, rule, fix, stick, pay back, regain, happen, suffer, feel, beat, set about, get down, get under one's skin, incur, contract, bring forth, grow, dumbfound, stupefy, start, welcome, arrest, meet, witness, bring, bewilder, see, mother, chance, take, buzz off, catch, let, come up, obtain, beget, puzzle, flummox, invite, ascertain, get, generate, capture, find, baffle, produce, get hold, start out, pose, vex, aim, induce, find out, perplex, recover, bump, notice, gravel, begin, fetch, father, determine, commence, discover, encounter, arrive, set out, convey, acquire, come, line up, pay off, detect, bugger off, cause, take in, observe, nonplus
pick up, receive(verb)
register (perceptual input)
"pick up a signal"
gain vigor, cop, take in, peck, call for, hear, invite, welcome, get, nail, collar, perk up, find, arrest, gather up, get word, have, meet, see, collect, nab, encounter, incur, lift up, turn around, apprehend, get a line, uplift, obtain, find out, percolate, pick up, experience, elate, catch, learn, get wind, perk, discover, intoxicate
experience, receive, have, get(verb)
go through (mental or physical states or experiences)
"get an idea"; "experience vertigo"; "get nauseous"; "receive injuries"; "have a feeling"
take, pick up, make, mystify, experience, develop, draw, have, hold, become, sustain, scram, invite, consume, go, stimulate, sire, drive, engender, pay off, fix, pay back, stick, suffer, feel, beat, set about, get down, arrive, incur, deliver, contract, bring forth, grow, dumbfound, stupefy, start, set out, birth, live, welcome, arrest, meet, give, bring, bewilder, see, mother, induce, buzz off, catch, let, feature, obtain, beget, flummox, get, generate, capture, have got, find, amaze, go through, baffle, start out, pose, vex, give birth, aim, throw, perplex, gravel, begin, fetch, father, bear, get under one's skin, encounter, puzzle, know, produce, convey, own, acquire, come, accept, possess, bugger off, cause, ingest, take in, nonplus, commence
receive, take in, invite(verb)
express willingness to have in one's home or environs
"The community warmly received the refugees"
earn, ask over, take in, put one over, gather in, suck up, assimilate, invite, welcome, get, befool, adopt, slang, imbibe, pull in, find, put on, put one across, take, have, suck, meet, view, tempt, pay for, make, call for, see, ask round, gain, bid, ingest, realise, encounter, soak up, sop up, watch, clear, incur, gull, take up, cod, ask for, pick up, fool, experience, draw, bring in, overhear, catch, absorb, dupe, realize, consume, obtain, collect, ask in, suck in
accept as true or valid
"He received Christ"
bid welcome to; greet upon arrival
convert into sounds or pictures
"receive the incoming radio signals"
meet, encounter, receive(verb)
experience as a reaction
"My proposal met with much opposition"
conform to, touch, take in, experience, invite, get, gather, fulfil, fulfill, adjoin, find, match, suffer, have, meet, chance, converge, fit, satisfy, forgather, encounter, get together, happen, run into, cope with, fill, play, run across, incur, come across, pick up, assemble, contact, bump, take on, foregather, obtain, see, welcome
have or give a reception
"The lady is receiving Sunday morning"
receive as a retribution or punishment
"He got 5 years in prison"
get, let, capture, stupefy, set about, baffle, stick, perplex, come, arrive, get under one's skin, bring, start out, acquire, mystify, invite, flummox, fix, beat, find, buzz off, arrest, take in, get down, take, have, nonplus, beget, start, meet, make, fetch, dumbfound, become, father, grow, bugger off, cause, encounter, commence, welcome, contract, aim, induce, go, develop, amaze, stimulate, drive, incur, begin, produce, gravel, suffer, pay back, bring forth, generate, convey, pick up, puzzle, experience, draw, bewilder, catch, sire, vex, mother, sustain, engender, scram, obtain, pay off, pose, set out
partake of the Holy Eucharist sacrament
regard favorably or with disapproval
"Her new collection of poems was not well received"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Get is a most comprehensive word. A person gets whatever he comes to possess or experience, whether with or without endeavor, expectation, or desire; he gets a bargain, a blow, a fall, a fever; he gains what he comes to by effort or striving; the swimmer gains the shore; a man acquires by continuous and ordinarily by slow process; as, one acquires a foreign language. A person is sometimes said to gain and often to acquire what has not been an object of direct endeavor; in the pursuits of trade, he incidentally gains some knowledge of foreign countries; he acquires by association with others a correct or incorrect accent; he acquires a bronzed complexion by exposure to a tropical sun; in such use, what he gains is viewed as desirable, what he acquires as slowly and gradually resulting. A person earns what he gives an equivalent of labor for, tho he may not get it. On the other hand, he may get what he has not earned; the temptation to all dishonesty is the desire to get a living or a fortune without earning it. When one gets the object of his desire, he is said to obtain it, whether he has gained or earned it or not. Win denotes contest, with a suggestion of chance or hazard; in popular language, a person is often said to win a lawsuit, or to win in a suit at law, but in legal phrase he is said to gain his suit, case, or cause. In receiving, one is strictly passive; he may get an estate by his own exertions or by inheritance; in the latter case he is said to receive it. One obtains a thing commonly by some direct effort of his own; he procures it commonly by the intervention of some one else; he procures a dinner or an interview; he secures what has seemed uncertain or elusive, when he gets it firmly into his possession or under his control. Compare synonyms for ATTAIN; MAKE; REACH.
See synonyms for ABANDON.
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- ontvang, kryAfrikaans
- استلم, استقبلArabic
- атрыма́ць, атры́млівацьBelarusian
- полу́ча, получа́вамBulgarian
- rebreCatalan, Valencian
- obdržet, dostat, přijmoutCzech
- derbyn, caelWelsh
- empfangen, bekommen, kriegen, erhaltenGerman
- λαμβάνω, δέχομαιGreek
- گرفتن, دریافت کردن, دريافت كردنPersian
- saada, ottaa vastaanFinnish
- faighScottish Gaelic
- प्राप्त करना, अगवानी करना, ग्रहण करनाHindi
- megkap, kap, fogHungarian
- 貰う, 受け取る, 受けるJapanese
- accipio, recipiōLatin
- rāhiri, taupaepae, tukuMāori
- до́бива, до́биеMacedonian
- худалдаж авах, хүлээн авахMongolian
- ontvangen, krijgenDutch
- otrzymać, dostaćPolish
- recepționa, primiRomanian
- принима́ть, получа́ть, получи́ть, приня́тьRussian
- примити, primitiSerbo-Croatian
- dostať, obdržaťSlovak
- få, mottagaSwedish
- дарёфт кардан, гирифтанTajik
- отри́мати, отри́муватиUkrainian
- lĩnh, thu, nhậnVietnamese
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