Taking leave of senses.
Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 10, 2012 at 18:36
Ha ha ha . . . look at how you are devious and a liar:
"Now this must be the ultimate and most bizarre part of your answer so you quote from dictionary.com that the word receipt also means recipe
Archaic . recipe.http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/receipt?s=t
which is true IN ENGLISH but not in Arabic! as the word recipe in Arabic is wasfa"
But this has GOT nothing to do with Arabic. THis is meaning of Receipt . . . as YOU asked what it means. Hence that is WHAT it means.
It is NOT me saying it . . . but Dictionary.com
It seems - you don't JUST have a problem with Arabic - but English dictionaries as well.
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"Now do you know what this means? it means that if you are looking for the meaning of an Arabic word then you check an Arabic/Arabic dictionary and it means that you do not quote an English language diciotnary to explain the meaning of an Arabic word! How stupid!"
Receipt is an ENGLISH word . . . not an Arabic word!
See how openly you lie! If you can lie about this . . . what hope do you have?
"you tell me and before you answer what is really a receipt"
As defined by Dictionary.com
receipts, the amount or quantity received.
something that is received.
Archaic . recipe.
So where is mention of Arabic?
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"You see the Greeks taught us never to multiply entities as in KISS! Or keep it simple stupid!"
Blah blah blah . . . blah. What ... has this got to do with anything?
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