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1、re- "back" + -ceiv- + -er.
- receiver (n.)
- mid-14c. (mid-13c. as a surname), agent noun from receive, or from Old French recevere (Modern French receveur), agent noun from recievere. As a telephone apparatus, from 1877; in reference to a radio unit, from 1891; in U.S. football sense, from 1897.
- 1. The receiver and the quarterback are going to trade positions.
- 2. I dropped the receiver back in the cradle.
- 3. The line went dead. Whitlock replaced the receiver.
- 4. "Typical!" Hattie slammed down the receiver. "Absolutely typical!"
- 5. He took up telephone receiver and began to dial.
[ receiver 造句 ]