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receipt in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreceiptre‧ceipt /rɪˈsiːt/ ●●● S2 noun  1 [countable]BBT a piece of paper that you are given which shows that you have paid for something Keep your receipt in case you want to bring it back.receipt for Make sure you get receipts for everything. Can you give me a receipt?2 [uncountable] formalGET when someone receives somethingreceipt of the closing date for receipt of applicationson/upon receipt of something The booking will be made on receipt of a deposit.be in receipt of something (=to have received something)3 receipts
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receiptKeep your credit card receipts until your statement arrives.It includes all cash payments by the government, and all cash receipts.The gate receipts are going down faster than the guys who step into the ring against him.In particular, you should normally return a test corrected within seven days of its receipt.On receipt of my father's letter, I got drunk and sent him a cheque for twenty grand.With accruals accounting, of course, postponing or bringing forward cash payments or receipts has no effect.She said Thresher was aware of the receipt for £18.37 and had established that it belonged to another customer.Euro Disney was also in demand, up 20p at 965p after a rise in foreign visitor receipts.Purchases may be returned if you show your receipt.receipt ofPlease respond within 10 days of receipt of this letter.