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  • 21 supply — 01. We need to order more office [supplies]; we re running out of computer paper and pens. 02. The artists picked up a lot of useful art [supplies] while shopping in the big city. 03. Our children get excited every September when we buy their new …

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  • 22 supply — 1. v. & n. v.tr. ( ies, ied) 1 provide or furnish (a thing needed). 2 (often foll. by with) provide (a person etc. with a thing needed). 3 meet or make up for (a deficiency or need etc.). 4 fill (a vacancy, place, etc.) as a substitute. n. (pl.… …

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  • 23 Supply — A fundamental economic concept that describes the total amount of a specific good or service that is available to consumers. Supply can relate to the amount available at a specific price or the amount available across a range of prices if… …

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  • 24 supply*/*/*/ — [səˈplaɪ] noun I 1) [C] an amount or quantity of something that is available to use The crops need a constant supply of water.[/ex] electricity/gas/oil supplies[/ex] 2) supplies [plural] things such as food, medicine, and equipment that you need… …

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  • 25 supply — I. verb (supplied; supplying) Etymology: Middle English supplien to complete, compensate for, from Middle French soupplier, from Latin supplēre to fill up, complete, raise (a military unit, crew) to its full complement, substitute, from sub up +… …

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  • 26 Supply — Leutnant Henry Lidgbird Ball, Commander der Supply Acht Schiffe der britischen Royal Navy trugen den Namen HMS Supply. Die dritte Supply spielte eine wichtige Rolle bei der britischen Besiedelung Australiens. Sie wurde 1759 als bewaffnetes… …

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  • 27 supply — {{11}}supply (n.) early 15c., assistance, relief, from SUPPLY (Cf. supply) (v.). Meaning quantity or amount of something provided is attested from c.1600. In the political economy sense (corollary of DEMAND (Cf. demand)) it dates from 1776.… …

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  • 28 supply — I. /səˈplaɪ / (say suh pluy) verb (supplied, supplying) –verb (t) 1. to furnish (a person, establishment, place, etc.) with what is lacking or requisite. 2. to furnish or provide (something wanting or requisite): to supply electricity to a… …

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  • 29 supply — 1. verb 1) they supplied money to rebels Syn: give, contribute, provide, furnish, donate, bestow, grant, endow, impart; dispense, disburse, allocate, assign; informal fork out, shell out 2) the lake supplies the city wi …

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  • 30 supply — 1. verb 1) they supplied money to the rebels Syn: give, contribute, provide, furnish, donate, confer, dispense 2) the lake supplies the city with water Syn: provide, furnish, serve …

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  • 31 supply — /sə plaɪ/ noun 1. the act of providing something which is needed 2. ♦ in short supply not available in large enough quantities to meet the demand ● Spare parts are in short supply because of the strike. 3. stock of something which is needed ●… …

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  • 32 supply — 1. verb /səˈplaɪ,ˈsʌpli/ a) To provide (something), to make (something) available for use. b) To furnish or equip with. 2 …

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  • 33 Supply — Sup|ply* [sə plai] der; s <aus gleichbed. engl. supply zu to supply »liefern«, dies aus mittelfr. souppleier, soupplier (fr. suppléer), vgl. ↑Suppleant> Vorrat, Bestand [einer Ware]; Angebot (Wirtsch.) …

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  • 34 supply — supply1 [sə plʌɪ] verb (supplies, supplying, supplied) 1》 make (something needed) available to someone.     ↘provide with something needed.     ↘be adequate to satisfy (a requirement or demand). 2》 archaic take over (a vacant place or role). noun …

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  • 35 supply — v 1. provide, furnish, outfit, equip, accommodate, Archaic. dight, Obs. appoint; cater, purvey, victual, provision, provender, feed, forage; store, stock, stock up, fill up, gird, Chiefly Scot. plenish. 2. render, give, contribute, afford, avail; …

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  • 36 supply — I sup•ply [[t]səˈplaɪ[/t]] v. plied, ply•ing, 1) to furnish or provide (a person, establishment, etc.) with what is lacking or requisite: supplying the poor with clothing[/ex] 2) to furnish or provide (something wanting or requisite): supplied… …

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  • 37 supply — maitinimas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. feed; feeding; power supply; supply vok. Speisen, n; Speisung, f; Versorgung, f; Zuführung, f rus. питание, n pranc. alimentation, f …

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  • 38 supply — See days supply fuel supply …

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  • 39 supply — See: IN SHORT SUPPLY …

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  • 40 supply — See: IN SHORT SUPPLY …

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