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receiptor

[ ri-see-ter ]
/ rɪˈsi tər /
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noun

a person who receipts.
Law. a person to whom attached property is delivered for safekeeping in return for a bond to produce it when the litigation ends.

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Origin of receiptor

An Americanism dating back to 1805–15; receipt + -or2
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receiptor
/ (rɪˈsiːtə) /

noun

mainly US a person who receipts
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