Receipt is defined as to accept something given to you or is a record of money being received.noun
- An example of receipt is when someone hands you a box of chocolates and you take it.
- An example of receipt is a paper you get at the supermarket listing your groceries and what you paid for them.
- Old-fashioned recipe
- a receiving or being received
- a written acknowledgment that something, as goods, money, etc., has been received
- the thing or amount received, as money taken in by a business
Origin: altered (infl. by L) < ME receite < Anglo-Fr, for OFr recete < ML recepta < L, fem. of receptus, pp. of recipere: see receive
- to mark (a bill) paid
- ☆ to write a receipt for (goods, etc.)
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- a. The act of receiving: We are in receipt of your letter.b. The fact of being or having been received: They denied receipt of the shipment.
- A quantity or amount received. Often used in the plural: cash receipts.
- A written acknowledgment that a specified article, sum of money, or shipment of merchandise has been received.
- A recipe.
- To mark (a bill) as having been paid.
- To give or write a receipt for (money paid or goods or services delivered).
Origin: Middle English receite, from Old North French, from Medieval Latin recepta, medical prescription, money received, from Latin, feminine past participle of recipere, to receive; see receive.