receptive

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capable of receiving something
ready to receive new ideas or concepts
having the capacity, quality, or ability of receiving, as truths or impressions
{a} capable of receiving, fit to receive
open to arguments, ideas, or change; "receptive to reason and the logic of facts" ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals
Someone who is receptive to new ideas or suggestions is prepared to consider them or accept them. The voters had seemed receptive to his ideas + receptiveness re·cep·tive·ness There was less receptiveness to liberalism in some areas
Having the quality of receiving; able or inclined to take in, absorb, hold, or contain; receiving or containing; as, a receptive mind
ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals"
{s} accepting, taking in; open to ideas, open to suggestions
of a nerve fiber or impulse originating outside and passing toward the central nervous system; "sensory neurons"
If someone who is ill is receptive to treatment, they start to get better when they are given treatment. those patients who are not receptive to treatment. willing to consider new ideas or listen to someone else's opinions
open to arguments, ideas, or change; "receptive to reason and the logic of facts"
ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals
open
receptive language
The ability to comprehend information and understand spoken language (or sign language). It may include understanding of the vocabulary and concepts presented, short-term memory and sequencing information
receptive aphasia
(Tıp, İlaç) Receptive aphasia, also known as Wernicke’s aphasia, fluent aphasia, or sensory aphasia in clinical neuropsychology and cognitive neuropsychology, is a type of aphasia often (but not always) caused by neurological damage to Wernicke’s area in the brain (Brodman area 22, in the posterior part of the superior temporal gyrus of the dominant hemisphere). This is not to be confused with Wernicke’s encephalopathy or Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome. The aphasia was first described by Carl Wernicke and its understanding substantially advanced by Norman Geschwind
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receptivity
The extent to which something is receptive
receptively
in a receptive manner
receptively
in an accepting manner; openly, with a willingness to accept suggestions
receptiveness
{i} quality of taking in, quality of accepting; openness to new ideas, willingness to accept suggestions
receptiveness
The characteristic of being receptive
receptiveness
willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas); "he was testing the government's receptiveness to reform"; "this receptiveness is the key feature is oestral behavior, enabling natural mating to occur"; "their receptivity to the proposal"
receptiveness
The quality of being receptive
receptivity
The power or capacity of receiving impressions, as those of the external senses
receptivity
willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas); "he was testing the government's receptiveness to reform"; "this receptiveness is the key feature is oestral behavior, enabling natural mating to occur"; "their receptivity to the proposal"
receptivity
The state or quality of being receptive
receptivity
{i} quality of taking in, quality of accepting; openness to new ideas, willingness to accept suggestions
receptivity
The state of being receptive
receptive
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