[ri-sip-ee-uh nt] /rɪˈsɪp i ənt/
a person or thing that ; :
the recipient of a prize.
or capable of .
a person who or thing that receives
a less common word for receptive
1550s, from Middle French récipient (16c.) and directly from Latin recipientem (nominative recipiens), present participle of recipere (see receive). As an adjective from 1610s. Related: Recipience; recipiency.
recipient re·cip·i·ent (rĭ-sĭp’ē-ənt)
Functioning as a receiver; receptive. n.
One who receives blood, tissue, or an organ from a donor.
One who receives; receiver. E.g. “No recipient of the e-mail message will know about the other addressees who were listed in the BCC header.”
[ri-sip-ruh-kuh l] /rɪˈsɪp rə kəl/ adjective 1. given or felt by each toward the other; mutual: reciprocal respect. 2. given, performed, felt, etc., in return: reciprocal aid. 3. corresponding; matching; complementary; equivalent: reciprocal privileges at other health clubs. 4. Grammar. (of a pronoun or verb) expressing mutual relationship or action: “Each other” and “one another” […]
noun 1. an unincorporated association formed so that its members can participate in reciprocal insurance.
noun 1. insurance in which members of a reciprocal exchange, acting through an attorney-in-fact, insure themselves and each other.
noun, Psychiatry. 1. the theory that the pairing of an anxiety-provoking stimulus with anxiety-reducing reactions will weaken the association between the stimulus and the anxiety.