Definition of receptivity in US English:

receptivity

noun

  • See receptive

    • ‘This creates an overabundance of serotonin, and the brain responds either by reducing receptivity to serotonin or by reducing the production of serotonin.’
    • ‘So the audience is preselected for its receptivity to the message.’
    • ‘When I enter the library, it is with an openness and receptivity to whatever is waiting to reveal itself to me.’
    • ‘The more deeply your marketing connects with what people value and their sensibilities, the more receptivity there is to your product and the greater the response.’
    • ‘James's receptivity to popular culture is sometimes invoked as proof of his far-flung intellect.’

Pronunciation

receptivity

/ˌriˌsɛpˈtɪvədi//ˌrēˌsepˈtivədē/