the position in which one is subject to some kind of action or effect, especially an unpleasant one (usually used in the phrase at or on the receiving end):
The corporation is on the receiving end of many complaints about its advertising.
noun 1. a row formed by the hosts, guests of honor, or the like, for receiving guests formally at a ball, reception, etc.
- Receiving order
noun 1. (Brit, obsolete) a court order appointing a receiver to manage the property of a debtor or bankrupt Official name bankruptcy order
noun, Radio. 1. a radio receiver.
[si-ment] /sɪˈmɛnt/ noun 1. any of various calcined mixtures of clay and limestone, usually mixed with water and sand, gravel, etc., to form concrete, that are used as a building material. 2. any of various soft, sticky substances that dry hard or stonelike, used especially for mending broken objects or for making things adhere. 3. […]