to receive; to accept
(Eng.) to get news; literally: to receive wind
(Eng.) to receive a notification; to be informed
(Eng.) to receive a warning letter
(Eng.) Mobile phone signal is so poor here.
(Eng.) You still haven't received our invitation card?
(Eng.) You need the money, just accept the cheque.
(Eng.) Have you got what I mean?
to take something back from others; to regain
(Eng.) to recall loans; to collect debts
(Eng.) The owner wanted to repossess his flat and live there.
to gather; to collect
(Eng.) Postmen collect letters from postboxes several times a day.
(Eng.) It's starting to rain! Collect the clothes!
to build an affiliation
(Eng.) to shelter; to lodge
(Eng.) (of women) to act nice to an admirer so that the person will run around looking after herself
(Eng.) Mr. Ho's son, having poor results, may not be admitted to any school even abroad.
(Eng.) He's so sincere, let him be your apprentice!
to hide; to cover
(Eng.) to hide one's smile
(Eng.) Why did you hide my homework? I have to hand it in tomorrow!
(Eng.) When there's something weighing on you, remember to speak your mind. You mustn't bottle that up inside.
(Eng.) Be quick, put the tools back!
to close; to shut; to end; to stop
(Eng.) to stop at an optimal moment
(Eng.) Tell me, how should we fix this this time?
(Eng.) When does the dessert shop close?
to undo; to cancel; to withdraw; to retract
(Eng.) I retract my statement.
(Eng.) The government has temporarily retracted the bill.
(Eng.) to tame; to pacify
(Eng.) to say things incautiously; to say something that is inappropriate or at the wrong time
(Eng.) to slow down the gear
(Eng.) Calm your temper.
to punish; to teach a lesson
(Eng.) to not be punished by the Heaven
(Eng.) to quell; to vanquish