For less than 90 seconds of airtime in an episode, he or she receives $10,000.
When an explosion tears through Barneys, Aidan receives an anonymous email reading “She did it,” and a picture of Paige.
The dispute between the collaborators is also an argument about who receives recognition for the scandal that rocked NPR.
Mary Mallon has an understandable reaction when she receives news that she is carrying typhoid fever.
And that does not count the money Mrs. Obama receives from serving on corporate boards.
A ladle-full is handed out to each man, who receives it on his leaf.
Does every one who receives the sacraments derive a benefit from them?
Black substances reflect a small quantity of white light, which receives the complementary of the colour contiguous to the black.
One who receives a benefit from another, or is otherwise an object of charity.
Let this heart throb on, and as strongly as possible, for that is its office, and day by day it receives fresh impulses.
c.1300, from Old North French receivre (Old French recoivre) "seize, take hold of, pick up; welcome, accept," from Latin recipere "regain, take back, bring back, carry back, recover; take to oneself, take in, admit," from re- "back," though the exact sense here is obscure (see re-) + -cipere, comb. form of capere "to take" (see capable). Radio and (later) television sense is attested from 1908. Related: Received; receiving.