Definitions for "Receptive"
Said of a green that allows the ball's backspin to have a noticable effect.
Following instructions given by another person, or complying with someone's "mand" or request. For example, the speaker says "pick up the ball" and the listener picks up the ball. There is no talking by the listener.
Having the quality of receiving; able or inclined to take in, absorb, hold, or contain; receiving or containing; as, a receptive mind.
ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals"
of a nerve fiber or impulse originating outside and passing toward the central nervous system; "sensory neurons"
willing to accept what is given, offered, or transmitted
in this case it refers to a female that is willing to accept a mate.
Keywords:  arguments, ideas, logic, facts, reason
open to arguments, ideas, or change; "receptive to reason and the logic of facts"
communication refers to how well an individual understands communication, whether it is speech, sign or writing. It contrasts with expressive communication.
the opposite of insertive; in any sexual act, this person has something done to them, such as taking a penis into their mouth or having someone put their tongue into their anus.