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Polish translation of “receiver”

receiver

noun [C]
 
 
/rɪˈsiːvər/
TELEPHONE the part of a telephone that you hold in your hand and use for listening and speaking
słuchawka
Telephone equipment
RADIO/TV the part of a radio or television that receives signals from the air
odbiornik
RadioTelevisionCommunicating by telephone
PERSON someone who officially deals with a company when it has to stop business because it cannot pay the money it owes
syndyk (masy upadłościowej)
Starting, succeeding and failing in businessBorrowing, lending and debt
(Definition of receiver from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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