The part of a telephone apparatus contained in the earpiece, in which electrical signals are converted into sounds
the receiver of a gift
A container for holding air, especially compressed air.
An offensive player who is positioned at a distance from the end and is used primarily as a pass receiver
A person who receives letters to be sent by post.
A receiver of any kind (especially a vessel or container) that is made of crystal.
= receiver general.
A chief receiver; specifically a public official in charge of government revenues, a treasurer.
= communications receiver.
(In the United Kingdom and some Commonwealth countries) a port official to whom all objects recovered from the sea or from sunken ships must be delivered for adjudication of ownership.
A receiver appointed by a court or creditor to manage the affairs of a company in receivership, especially so as to repay any debt owed.
A radio receiver, especially one with high specifications for use in telecommunication.