He snapped up, at the bargain price of ten credits, the receptor that Plato offered.
Another is that I haven't even started the transmitter and receptor units.
What did I do in the power station before I smashed the receptor?
"It substituted for the receptor you smashed," said the attorney.
But anybody who looks at the plans of the receptor will know it can't make deathrays!
In this respect it was like the receptor that had gotten him into trouble.
If you had been plugged into the receptor like I was a few minutes ago and felt him, you wouldn't even ask.
I want this fella to make a receptor test as soon as possible.
That receptor saved them ten thousand credits worth of carbon a week!
Better called a receptor to distinguish it from a telephone receiver.
receptor re·cep·tor (rĭ-sěp'tər)
A specialized cell or group of nerve endings that responds to sensory stimuli.
A molecular structure or site on the surface or interior of a cell that binds with substances such as hormones, antigens, drugs, or neurotransmitters.