re·ci·pe·ro[1]

  1. accept
  2. restore
  3. revive
  4. take back
  5. to receive
  6. to regain
  7. withdraw

Synonyms for recipero

  • abducodetach, or take away, to lead, withdraw
  • abstuloto take away, withdraw
  • accipioaccept, cepi, ceptum, learn, receive, take, to consider oneself indebted, to receive
  • asciscoadmit, adopt, approve, take up, to receive
  • cedogo away, happen, proceed, to go, to grant, turn out, withdraw, yield
  • cessito grant, withdraw, yield
  • cessumto grant, withdraw, yield
  • concedoallow, give up, grant, to concede, withdraw, yield
  • deficiofail, to be in want, to run out, to to be wanting, weaken, withdraw
  • egressiodepart, withdraw, withdrawal

Similar to recipero

  • recuperorecoup, recover, to regain
  • recidivusrebuilt, restored, returning
  • recipiorecede, retire, retreat, to go back
  • reciprocareverberating
  • recitareads
  • recitareread
  • recitatioreading
  • recitorecite, to read aloud
  • referoanswer, assign to a cause, bring back, deliver, echo, enter, pay up, recall, refer, repeat, reply, reproduce, restore, return, to bring again, to bring as expected, to bring back a message, to carry back, to put down, to say back
  • reparobuy, make good, obtain in trade, purchase, renew, to restore