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recept

[ ree-sept ]
/ ˈri sɛpt /
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noun
an idea formed by the repetition of similar percepts, as successive percepts of the same object.
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Origin of recept

1885–90; noun use of Latin receptum, neuter past participle of recipere to receive

OTHER WORDS FROM recept

re·cep·tu·al [ri-sep-choo-uhl], /rɪˈsɛp tʃu əl/, adjectivere·cep·tu·al·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for recept

recept
/ (ˈriːsɛpt) /

noun
psychol an idea or image formed in the mind by repeated experience of a particular pattern of sensory stimulation

Word Origin for recept

C20: from re- + (con) cept
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