Adjective(1) open to arguments, ideas, or change(2) ready or willing to receive favorably(3) of a nerve fiber or impulse originating outside and passing toward the central nervous system(4) able to absorb liquid (not repellent
(1) Sometimes, even if you think you're being totally reasonable, your mom may not be receptive to your suggestions.(2) We have sought to respond to their concerns and have been receptive to new ideas and theories put forward by them.(3) Clearly the recent rains had left their mark as fairways were still wet and greens very receptive and the scores were good, though not brilliant.(4) To his credit, he has had an excellent rapport with the selectors, who find him quite receptive to ideas and suggestions from various quarters.(5) When searching for receptive females, males patrol around the habitat and stop to drum on the dry uppermost leaves on the ground.(6) In the study, male meadow voles were paired with sexually receptive females in two cages.(7) Adult females become receptive to male advances only in years when they have stored enough body fat to bear a litter.(8) If females were unable to convey this important mating and location information, males would not know which females were receptive or where to find them.(9) Infants may seem to be sleeping most of the time, but they're far more intelligent and receptive than most adults imagine.(10) Thus, downwind males could be located higher in the vegetation to increase their chances of intercepting a pheromone plume and locating a receptive female.(11) During the breeding season, male foxes may closely follow sexually receptive females for several days, although this is not always the case.(12) You are receptive to new ideas and intuitive in relationships.(13) If other group members appraise him as a creative type, they are likely to be a receptive audience for his ideas, and he should fit into the group harmoniously.(14) Although the mice mated normally with receptive female mice, the females did not become pregnant.(15) By blocking or scrambling messages from females, he may be keeping competing males from realizing that a receptive female is nearby.(16) A receptive female responds by swimming in a tight circle, exposing her abdomen and facilitating insemination.
(1) receptive language :: ontvanklik taal
1. open-minded ::
2. centripetal ::
3. open ::
Different Formsreceptive, receptively, receptiveness
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