the form of educated English spoken originally in southern England and having Received Pronunciation as a chief distinguishing feature.
noun 1. the pronunciation of British English considered to have the widest geographical distribution and the fewest regional peculiarities, originally the pronunciation of educated speakers in southern England and traditionally that used in the public schools and at Oxford and Cambridge universities, adopted by many speakers elsewhere in England and widely used in broadcasting. Abbreviation: […]
noun, plural receivers general. 1. a public official in charge of the government’s treasury.
[ri-seev] /rɪˈsiv/ verb (used with object), received, receiving. 1. to take into one’s possession (something offered or delivered): to receive many gifts. 2. to have (something) bestowed, conferred, etc.: to receive an honorary degree. 3. to have delivered or brought to one: to receive a letter. 4. to get or be informed of: to receive […]
[ri-see-ver-ship] /rɪˈsi vərˌʃɪp/ noun, Law. 1. the condition of being in the hands of a . 2. the position or function of being a receiver in charge of administering the property of others. /rɪˈsiːvəʃɪp/ noun (law) 1. the office or function of a receiver 2. the condition of being administered by a receiver n. late […]