receipt


receipt
/rɪ'si:t/ noun
1. a piece of paper showing that money has been paid or that something has been received
Please produce your receipt if you want to exc
He kept the customs receipt to show that he had paid duty on the goods.
Keep the receipt for items purchased in case you need to change them later.
2. the act of receiving something
Goods will be supplied within thirty days of receipt of order.
Invoices are payable within thirty days of receipt.
On receipt of the notification, the company lodged an appeal.
to acknowledge receipt of a letter to write to say that you have received a letter
We acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 15th.
verb
to stamp or to sign a document to show that it has been received, or to stamp an invoice to show that it has been paid
Receipted invoices are filed in the ring binder.

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