[ri-sep-shuh-niz-uh m] /rɪˈsɛp ʃəˌnɪz əm/
the doctrine that in the communion service the communicant receives the body and blood of Christ but that the bread and wine are not transubstantiated.
noun 1. a desk at which a receptionist works, as in an office. 2. a counter, as at a hotel, at which guests are registered.
[ri-sep-shuh-nist] /rɪˈsɛp ʃə nɪst/ noun 1. a person employed to receive and assist callers, clients, etc., as in an office. 2. Theology. a person who advocates receptionism. /rɪˈsɛpʃənɪst/ noun 1. a person employed in an office, hotel, doctor’s surgery, etc, to receive clients, guests, or patients, answer the telephone, arrange appointments, etc n. “person hired […]
noun 1. a room for receiving visitors, clients, patients, etc. noun 1. a room in a private house suitable for entertaining guests, esp a lounge or dining room 2. a room in a hotel suitable for large parties, receptions, etc
[ri-sep-tiv] /rɪˈsɛp tɪv/ adjective 1. having the quality of , taking in, or admitting. 2. able or quick to knowledge, ideas, etc.: a receptive mind. 3. willing or inclined to suggestions, offers, etc., with favor: a receptive listener. 4. of or relating to or : a receptive end organ. 5. (in language learning) of or […]