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Acknowledge Receipt Of It ( make a record to confirm that one received it ... )

"Acknowledge Receipt Of It"

You acknowledge receipt of something when you let another know that you got it.

Example: "As soon as you get the package, please call me to acknowledge receipt."

A receipt is a record that you got the thing, and to acknowledge receipt is to confirm that yes, you did get it.

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