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The original meaning, from the ultimate source, is to undertake. The noun 'susceptor' means 'someone who takes up something'. It also may refer to 'someone who accepts another [in the sense of receiving into society], adopts, or maintains a doctrine'. The noun comes from the verb 'suscipere', which means 'to support, take up, undertake'. The verb 'suscipere' in turn comes from the combination of the prefix 'sub-', which means under, with the verb 'capere', which means to take. An English derivative is the adjective 'susceptible', which means 'impressionable, open or subject to some kind of stimulus, responsive'.

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