VS.

Receival vs. Reception

Published:
Views: 47
  • Receival (noun)

    An amount (of goods, etc.) received.

  • Receival (noun)

    A grain receival centre, a place where harvested wheat, oats, barley, etc are received for storage and later bulk shipping.

  • Reception (noun)

    The act of receiving.

  • Reception (noun)

    The act or ability to receive radio or similar signals.

    "We have poor TV reception in the valley."

    "The new system provides exceptional quality of the reception signal."

  • Reception (noun)

    A social engagement, usually to formally welcome someone.

    "After the wedding we proceeded to the reception."

  • Reception (noun)

    A reaction; the treatment received on first talking to a person, arriving at a place, etc.

    "The ambassador's jokes met a cold reception."

  • Reception (noun)

    The desk of a hotel or office where guests are received.

  • Reception (noun)

    The school year, or part thereof, between preschool and Year 1, when children are introduced to formal education.

  • Reception (noun)

    The conscious adoption or transplantation of legal phenomena from a different culture.

Wiktionary
Oxford Dictionary
Webster Dictionary
Princeton's WordNet

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons