How Many Syllables are in Receive | Divide Receive into Syllables

How many syllables are in receive? 2 syllables

Divide receive into syllables: re-ceive

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Synonyms and Words Related to Receive

receives (2 syllables), encounter (3 Syllables), experience (4 Syllables), find (1 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), have (1 Syllables), have (1 Syllables), incur (2 Syllables), invite (2 Syllables), meet (1 Syllables), obtain (2 Syllables), pick up (2 Syllables), take in (2 Syllables), undergo (3 Syllables), welcome (2 Syllables) cold-shoulder (3 syllables), encounter (3 syllables), experience (4 syllables), find (1 syllables), have (1 syllables), inclining (3 syllables), incur (2 syllables), intromit (3 syllables), invite (2 syllables), meet (1 syllables), obtain (2 syllables), pick-up (2 syllables), undergo (3 syllables), welcome (2 syllables),

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