Word: provision

Category: provision

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Synonyms: provision

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: provision

spanish
aprovisionamiento, abastecimiento


german
versorgung, belieferung, vertragsregelung, einrichtung, nachschub, ...

french
stock, réserve, équipement, fourniture, prescription, ...

italian
rifornimento, approvvigionamento

portuguese
abastecimento, província, aprovisionar

dutch
provisie, aanvoer, proviandering, voorraad, bevoorrading, ...

russian
резерв, приготовление, предостережение, обеспечение, поставка, ...

norwegian
levering, forsyning

finnish
varustaminen, ehto, hankinta, muona, suunnittelu, ...

czech
rezerva, nařízení, zařízení, výhrada, zajištění, ...

polish
przewidzenie, zapas, udostępnienie, zabezpieczenie, świadczenie, ...

hungarian
ellátás

greek
προμήθεια, μέριμνα

ukrainian
доведення, доказування

albanian
kusht

bulgarian
заготовка

estonian
säte, klausel, lepingutingimus

croatian
snabdijevanje, rezerviranja, pričuva, opskrba

romanian
aprovizionare

slovak
ustanovení

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Most searched by cities

Wilmington, Raleigh, Durham, Charlotte, Washington

The meaning and "use of": provision

noun
  • the action of providing or supplying something for use.
  • an amount or thing supplied or provided.
  • a condition or requirement in a legal document.
  • an appointment to a benefice, especially directly by the pope rather than by the patron, and originally before it became vacant.

verb
  • supply with food, drink, or equipment, especially for a journey.
  • set aside an amount in an organization's accounts for a known liability.

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