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re·cip·i·ent / riˈsipēənt/ • n. a person or thing that receives or is awarded something: the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. • adj. receiving or capable or receiving something: a recipient country. DERIVATIVES: re·cip·i·en·cy n.

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recipient

recipient one who or a thing which receives. XVI. — F. récipient — It. recipiente or L. recipiēns, -ent-, prp. of recipere RECEIVE, f. RE- + capere take; see -ENT.

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recipient (ri-sip-iĕnt) n. a person who receives something from a donor, such as a blood transfusion or a kidney transplant.

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recipient An individual who receives tissues or organs of the body from another (the donor).

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recipient In meromixis, the cell that receives the chromosome.

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recipient See graft.

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recipient See GRAFT.

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