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  • 1 dejar perplejo

    v.
    to bewilder, to confound, to puzzle, to baffle.
    La sorpresa enmudeció a María The surprise dumbfounded Mary.
    * * *
    (v.) = puzzle, mystify, perplex, stump, blow + Posesivo + mind, bewilder, nonplus
    Ex. During this decade, a number of the perennial information issues for which technological solutions are needed will persit and continue to puzzle librarians.
    Ex. 'What mystifies me' -- she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    Ex. If when you are working you come across a problem which perplexes you, you should write to someone in the field who may be able to help you.
    Ex. I'm stumped -- again, any help would be appreciated -- and thank you for your responses so far!.
    Ex. This is a book that treats its audience with respect while blowing their mind.
    Ex. Often the publisher would deliberately edited the copy of a book, substituting English spelling for American and vice versa, and changing the text if he thought it would bewilder or offend his customers.
    Ex. The spectacle in front of Bertie was enough to nonplus anyone -- Gussie in scarlet tights and a pretty frightful false beard.
    * * *
    (v.) = puzzle, mystify, perplex, stump, blow + Posesivo + mind, bewilder, nonplus

    Ex: During this decade, a number of the perennial information issues for which technological solutions are needed will persit and continue to puzzle librarians.

    Ex: 'What mystifies me' -- she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    Ex: If when you are working you come across a problem which perplexes you, you should write to someone in the field who may be able to help you.
    Ex: I'm stumped -- again, any help would be appreciated -- and thank you for your responses so far!.
    Ex: This is a book that treats its audience with respect while blowing their mind.
    Ex: Often the publisher would deliberately edited the copy of a book, substituting English spelling for American and vice versa, and changing the text if he thought it would bewilder or offend his customers.
    Ex: The spectacle in front of Bertie was enough to nonplus anyone -- Gussie in scarlet tights and a pretty frightful false beard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar perplejo

  • 2 desconcertar

    v.
    1 to disconcert, to throw.
    Dejaron en suspenso al público They bewildered the public.
    2 to disturb, to perplex, to upset.
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    Conjugation model [ ACERTAR], like link=acertar acertar
    1 (perturbar) to disconcert, upset, disturb
    2 (desorientar) to confuse
    3 MEDICINA to dislocate
    1 (perturbarse) to be disconcerted
    2 (desorientarse) to be bewildered, be confused
    3 MEDICINA to be dislocated
    * * *
    verb
    to disconcert, confuse
    * * *
    1.
    VT (=desorientar) to disconcert
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to disconcert
    * * *
    = puzzle, bewilder, baffle, bemuse, disconcert, mystify, perplex, grow + confused, throw + Nombre + off balance, discomfit, faze, nonplus.
    Ex. The repetition of the author's name introduces new esoteric punctuation which is bound to puzzle the catalog user.
    Ex. Often the publisher would deliberately edited the copy of a book, substituting English spelling for American and vice versa, and changing the text if he thought it would bewilder or offend his customers.
    Ex. As the domain expands, the problem of rule formalisation may even baffle a human expert.
    Ex. The student must not let himself be bemused by sheer statistics.
    Ex. On the negative side, the Britannica's complicated arrangement will continue to disconcert some users.
    Ex. 'What mystifies me' -- she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    Ex. If when you are working you come across a problem which perplexes you, you should write to someone in the field who may be able to help you.
    Ex. This article discusses one case that illustrates how even well trained federal prosecutors can grow confused about how to apply the intellectual property law.
    Ex. At first, analyzing the way he went about his work eroded his confidence, threw him off balance, dimmed some of his energetic spirit.
    Ex. What many people miss is that part of his talent is to amuse and discomfit his audience at the same time.
    Ex. Arranged marriages, which are so the norm here in India, always seem to faze the non-Indians.
    Ex. The spectacle in front of Bertie was enough to nonplus anyone -- Gussie in scarlet tights and a pretty frightful false beard.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to disconcert
    * * *
    = puzzle, bewilder, baffle, bemuse, disconcert, mystify, perplex, grow + confused, throw + Nombre + off balance, discomfit, faze, nonplus.

    Ex: The repetition of the author's name introduces new esoteric punctuation which is bound to puzzle the catalog user.

    Ex: Often the publisher would deliberately edited the copy of a book, substituting English spelling for American and vice versa, and changing the text if he thought it would bewilder or offend his customers.
    Ex: As the domain expands, the problem of rule formalisation may even baffle a human expert.
    Ex: The student must not let himself be bemused by sheer statistics.
    Ex: On the negative side, the Britannica's complicated arrangement will continue to disconcert some users.
    Ex: 'What mystifies me' -- she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    Ex: If when you are working you come across a problem which perplexes you, you should write to someone in the field who may be able to help you.
    Ex: This article discusses one case that illustrates how even well trained federal prosecutors can grow confused about how to apply the intellectual property law.
    Ex: At first, analyzing the way he went about his work eroded his confidence, threw him off balance, dimmed some of his energetic spirit.
    Ex: What many people miss is that part of his talent is to amuse and discomfit his audience at the same time.
    Ex: Arranged marriages, which are so the norm here in India, always seem to faze the non-Indians.
    Ex: The spectacle in front of Bertie was enough to nonplus anyone -- Gussie in scarlet tights and a pretty frightful false beard.

    * * *
    vt
    to disconcert
    me desconcertó con tantas preguntas I was disconcerted by all the questions
    sus reacciones me desconciertan I find his reactions disconcerting
    su respuesta me desconcertó I was taken aback o disconcerted by her reply
    to be disconcerted
    me desconcerté con su pregunta I was taken aback o disconcerted by her question
    * * *

    desconcertar ( conjugate desconcertar) verbo transitivo
    to disconcert;

    desconcertar verbo transitivo to disconcert: los últimos hallazgos han desconcertado a los investigadores, the lastest discoveries have puzzled the researchers

    ' desconcertar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aturdir
    - turbar
    - confundir
    English:
    baffle
    - confound
    - confuse
    - disconcert
    - perplex
    - rattle
    - throw
    - unnerve
    - flummox
    - mystify
    - put
    - vex
    * * *
    vt
    su respuesta lo desconcertó her answer threw him;
    su comportamiento me desconcierta I find his behaviour disconcerting
    * * *
    v/t a persona disconcert
    * * *
    desconcertar {55} vt
    : to disconcert
    * * *
    desconcertar vb to puzzle

    Spanish-English dictionary > desconcertar

  • 3 diferir

    v.
    1 to postpone, to put off.
    2 to differ, to be different.
    diferir de alguien en algo to differ from somebody in something
    Ella difiere de los demás She differs from the rest.
    Ella difiere de la opinión general She disagrees on the general opinion.
    3 to defer, to put off, to postpone, to delay.
    El aparato difiere la señal The apparatus defers the signal.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ HERVIR], like link=hervir hervir
    1 to defer, postpone, put off
    1 to differ, be different (de/entre, from)
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <reunión/acto> to postpone; < pago> to defer

    un cheque diferido — (RPl) a postdated check

    2.
    a) (frml) ( diferenciarse) to differ

    diferir de algoto differ o be different from something

    b) (frml) ( disentir) to disagree

    diferir de alguien — to disagree with somebody, be at odds with somebody

    * * *
    = be at variance, defer, differ, diverge, part + company, have + their differences, tell + a different story, disagree.
    Ex. I know that there ought to be someone to speak on behalf of Mr. Kilgour's point of view if it's at variance.
    Ex. If the fund has not yet been assigned, entering a 'no' automatically defers the order.
    Ex. A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.
    Ex. However, once the multi-concept subject has been analysed into its component concepts the two systems diverge.
    Ex. One maxim is agreed upon by all, concepts 'important' for retrieval should be included in abstracts, but when specific criteria for their selection is devised, editors part company.
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex. The more experienced physicians, however, told a different story about lifesaving practices in pediatrics.
    Ex. Although we may disagree about the fine detail, semantic relationships are the relationships between subjects, which are reasonably stable, and reflect the consensus of opinion concerning the connections between subjects.
    ----
    * diferir en cantidad = differ in + degree.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <reunión/acto> to postpone; < pago> to defer

    un cheque diferido — (RPl) a postdated check

    2.
    a) (frml) ( diferenciarse) to differ

    diferir de algoto differ o be different from something

    b) (frml) ( disentir) to disagree

    diferir de alguien — to disagree with somebody, be at odds with somebody

    * * *
    = be at variance, defer, differ, diverge, part + company, have + their differences, tell + a different story, disagree.

    Ex: I know that there ought to be someone to speak on behalf of Mr. Kilgour's point of view if it's at variance.

    Ex: If the fund has not yet been assigned, entering a 'no' automatically defers the order.
    Ex: A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.
    Ex: However, once the multi-concept subject has been analysed into its component concepts the two systems diverge.
    Ex: One maxim is agreed upon by all, concepts 'important' for retrieval should be included in abstracts, but when specific criteria for their selection is devised, editors part company.
    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex: The more experienced physicians, however, told a different story about lifesaving practices in pediatrics.
    Ex: Although we may disagree about the fine detail, semantic relationships are the relationships between subjects, which are reasonably stable, and reflect the consensus of opinion concerning the connections between subjects.
    * diferir en cantidad = differ in + degree.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).

    * * *
    vt
    to postpone, put off
    los pagos serán diferidos hasta el 20 de mayo payments will be deferred o held over until 20th May
    un cheque diferido ( RPl); a postdated check
    ■ diferir
    vi
    1 ( frml) (diferenciarse) to differ diferir DE algo to differ o be different FROM sth
    su nuevo libro difiere bastante de los anteriores his new book differs considerably from his previous ones, his new book is quite different from his previous ones
    2 ( frml) (disentir) to disagree
    todos están de acuerdo pero yo difiero they're all in agreement but I disagree
    difieren en cómo aplicar la medida they disagree o differ on how the measure should be applied
    diferir DE algn to disagree WITH sb, be at odds WITH sb, be at variance WITH sb ( frml)
    en este aspecto diferimos de los demás in this respect we are at odds with o at variance with o we differ from the rest
    * * *
    vt
    [posponer] to postpone, to put off;
    el plazo de inscripción se difiere hasta el 5 de mayo the deadline for enrolment has been extended to 5 May
    vi
    1. [diferenciarse] to differ, to be different;
    diferir de algo/alguien (en algo) to differ from sth/sb (in sth);
    difería de su padre casi en todo he was different from his father in almost every way;
    difiere bastante de lo que entendemos por teatro it's rather different from what we understand by theatre
    2. [discrepar] to disagree, to differ;
    diferir de alguien en algo to disagree with o differ from sb on sth;
    difiero de ti en ese asunto I disagree with you on that issue;
    difiero de tu punto de vista I don't share your point of view
    * * *
    I v/t postpone
    II v/i differ (de from)
    * * *
    diferir {76} vt
    dilatar, posponer: to postpone, to put off
    : to differ

    Spanish-English dictionary > diferir

  • 4 ejercer control sobre

    (v.) = exercise + control over, have + hold on
    Ex. Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex. 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    * * *
    (v.) = exercise + control over, have + hold on

    Ex: Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.

    Ex: 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ejercer control sobre

  • 5 estar de acuerdo

    to agree ( con, with)
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = approve, be in agreement, concur (with), be agreed
    Ex. The draft was approved by the sponsoring Sections in December 1983 and proofreading and preparation of the camera-ready copy were completed by September 1984.
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex. These four national libraries have also concurred on the matter of fullness of personal name.
    Ex. Everyone who has examined the topic, librarians and non-librarians alike, are agreed that the reference interview is essential to the success of the computer search.
    * * *
    estar de acuerdo (con/en)
    (v.) = see + eye to eye (with/on)

    Ex: Although there is consensus on the priority of some strategies, execs from different departments don't see eye to eye on many others.

    (v.) = approve, be in agreement, concur (with), be agreed

    Ex: The draft was approved by the sponsoring Sections in December 1983 and proofreading and preparation of the camera-ready copy were completed by September 1984.

    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex: These four national libraries have also concurred on the matter of fullness of personal name.
    Ex: Everyone who has examined the topic, librarians and non-librarians alike, are agreed that the reference interview is essential to the success of the computer search.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar de acuerdo

  • 6 por no decir algo peor

    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    * * *

    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por no decir algo peor

  • 7 progresista

    adj.
    progressive.
    f. & m.
    progressionist, progressive.
    * * *
    1 progressive
    1 progressive
    * * *
    ADJ SMF progressive
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino progressive
    * * *
    = progressive, forward-looking, enlightened, progressive, forward-thinking.
    Ex. These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
    Ex. The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
    Ex. Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex. Forward-thinking organizations are increasingly recognizing the crucial role played by electronic information.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino progressive
    * * *
    = progressive, forward-looking, enlightened, progressive, forward-thinking.

    Ex: These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.

    Ex: The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
    Ex: Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.
    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex: Forward-thinking organizations are increasingly recognizing the crucial role played by electronic information.

    * * *
    adj/mf
    progressive
    * * *

    progresista adjetivo, masculino y femenino
    progressive
    progresista adjetivo & mf progressive
    ' progresista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    progressive
    - emancipated
    - enlightened
    - politically
    * * *
    adj
    progressive
    nmf
    progressive
    * * *
    m/f & adj progressive
    * * *
    progresista adj & nmf
    : progressive

    Spanish-English dictionary > progresista

  • 8 subir los impuestos

    (v.) = push + taxes
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    * * *
    (v.) = push + taxes

    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.

    Spanish-English dictionary > subir los impuestos

  • 9 tener control sobre

    (v.) = have + hold on
    Ex. 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + hold on

    Ex: 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener control sobre

  • 10 tener influencia sobre

    (v.) = have + hold on
    Ex. 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + hold on

    Ex: 'What mystifies me -- ' she paused, searching for the proper words -- 'what mystifies me is the hold he seems to have over you and the staff'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener influencia sobre

  • 11 tener sus diferencias

    (v.) = have + their differences
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + their differences

    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener sus diferencias

  • 12 vanguardista

    adj.
    avant-garde.
    f. & m.
    1 member of the avant-garde.
    2 forefronter, groundbreaker, member of the avant-garde, trendsetter.
    * * *
    1 avant-garde
    1 avant-gardist
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [moda, estilo] avant-garde; [tecnología] revolutionary
    2.
    * * *
    adjetivo avant-garde
    * * *
    = front-liner, progressive, avant-garde, progressive, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], paratrooper, forward-looking.
    Ex. He was profiled in April, 1972 as the Wilson Library Bulletin front-liner.
    Ex. These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
    Ex. There is the work of the very competent and literate novelist who is not avant-garde or the current darling of the critics, but is certainly regarded as a professional and imaginative writer.
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex. Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex. This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex. The author urges law librarians to think of themselves as paratroopers, creating new relationships within the law school as technology changes.
    Ex. The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
    ----
    * ser vanguardista = break + new ground, break + ground.
    * * *
    adjetivo avant-garde
    * * *
    = front-liner, progressive, avant-garde, progressive, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], paratrooper, forward-looking.

    Ex: He was profiled in April, 1972 as the Wilson Library Bulletin front-liner.

    Ex: These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
    Ex: There is the work of the very competent and literate novelist who is not avant-garde or the current darling of the critics, but is certainly regarded as a professional and imaginative writer.
    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex: Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex: This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex: The author urges law librarians to think of themselves as paratroopers, creating new relationships within the law school as technology changes.
    Ex: The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
    * ser vanguardista = break + new ground, break + ground.

    * * *
    avant-garde, modernist
    avant-gardist, modernist
    * * *

    vanguardista adjetivo
    avant-garde
    vanguardista
    I adjetivo avant-garde
    el movimiento vanguardista, the avant-garde movement
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino member of the avant-garde
    ' vanguardista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    avant-garde
    * * *
    adj
    avant-garde
    nmf
    member of the avant-garde
    * * *
    I adj avant-garde, modernist
    II m/f avant-gardist, modernist

    Spanish-English dictionary > vanguardista

  • 13 fondo de comercio. Have

    fondo de comercio. Have
    (LAm)
    goodwill
    fondo de custodia trust fund
    fondo de emergencia emergency fund
    Fondo Europeo de Cooperación Monetaria (FECM) European Monetary Cooperation Fund (EMCF)
    Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo (FED) European Development Fund (EDF)
    Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDR) European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
    [lang name="SpanishTraditionalSort"]fondo de inversion mobiliaria, costo por unidad; costo unitario (LAm) unit trust
    Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    fondo de pensiones pension fund
    fondo de seguros insurance fund
    fondos para invertir capital funds
    [lang name="SpanishTraditionalSort"]fondos mutuos, costo por unidad; costo unitario (LAm) unit trust, mutual fund (US)
    Fondo Social Europeo (FSE) European Social Fund (ESF)
    fondos públicos public funds

    Spanish-English Business Glossary > fondo de comercio. Have

  • 14 crédito roll over

    возобновляемый кредит, ролловерный кредит

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > crédito roll over

  • 15 mercado over the counter

    проф. "параллельный" рынок ценных бумаг

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > mercado over the counter

  • 16 crédito roll over

    сущ.
    экон. возобновляемый кредит, ролловерный кредит

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > crédito roll over

  • 17 mercado over the counter

    сущ.
    экон. "параллельный" рынок ценных бумаг

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > mercado over the counter

  • 18 pull-over

    • jumper
    • pullout
    • pullulate

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > pull-over

  • 19 pull-over [pulóver] (pl pull-overs)

    m
    • pulovr

    Diccionario español-checo > pull-over [pulóver] (pl pull-overs)

  • 20 pull-over

    m.
    pullover, tight-fitting knitted shirt, slipover, jumper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pull-over

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  • get — [get] verb got PASTTENSE [gɒt ǁ gɑːt] got PASTPART gotten PASTPART [ˈgɒtn ǁ ˈgɑːtn] getting PRESPART 1 …   Financial and business terms

  • get — v. 1) (B) ( to deliver ) I have to get a message to her 2) (C) ( to obtain ) she got a newspaper for me; or: she got me a newspaper 3) (d; intr., tr.) to get across ( to cross ); ( to cause to cross ) (to get across a bridge; the general finally… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • get — [ get ] (past tense got [ gat ] ; past participle gotten [ gatn ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 obtain/receive ▸ 2 become/start to be ▸ 3 do something/have something done ▸ 4 move to/from ▸ 5 progress in activity ▸ 6 fit/put something in a place ▸ 7 understand… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • get — /get/ verb past tense got, past participle got especially BrE gotten especially AmE present participle getting RECEIVE/OBTAIN 1 RECEIVE (transitive not in passive) to be given or receive something: Sharon always seems to get loads of mail. | Why… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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