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receipt

noun uk   /rɪˈsiːt/ us  

receipt noun (PIECE OF PAPER)

A2 [C] ( US also sales slip) a piece of paper that proves that money, goods, or information have been received: Make sure you are given a receipt for everything you buy.
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receipt noun (RECEIVING)

B2 [U] formal the act or state of receiving money or goods: Goods will be delivered on receipt of payment (= after the money is received). You have been in receipt of unemployment benefit for two months.receipts [plural] the amounts of money received during a particular period by a business: The theatre's receipts for the winter were badly down.
Translations of “receipt”
in Korean 영수증…
in Arabic إيصال…
in French réception, reçu…
in Turkish fiş, makbuz, teslim alma…
in Italian ricevuta, scontrino fiscale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收據, 發票, 收條…
in Russian квитанция, чек, получение…
in Polish paragon, pokwitowanie, odbiór…
in Spanish recibo, recepción…
in Portuguese recibo…
in German der Empfang, die Quittung…
in Catalan rebut…
in Japanese 領収書, レシート…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收据, 发票, 收条…
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