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To have on offer, or available, as a resource
“We can choose from several companies, all of whom supply excellent marketing services.”
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To provide or equip with something required
“The company will supply you with all that you need to complete your task.”
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To willingly contribute or give something to someone
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“She has been able to continue her work because many continue to generously supply her with all the materials she needs.”
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To be able to sufficiently meet the requirements of
“A proposed wind farm will supply the electricity needs of hundreds of local homes.”
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To promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
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To come up with
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To yield or produce as a result of an investment of money, time or effort
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To provide someone with something in a continuous, generous or insistent way
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To push a substance or material into a space or container
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To direct or guide along a pathway
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To make or get ready
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To bat in place of another player
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To foster the growth or development of
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Constitute in amount
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To increase or improve in amount or value
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To display or exhibit something
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To supply an object with mechanical or electrical energy
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A stock or amount of something supplied or available for use
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“The ability to meet rising demand will depend on the supply of stocks available.”
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The action of providing what is needed or wanted
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“The government has signed a framework for the long-term supply of wheat to export partners.”
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(usually in plural form "supplies") Food and equipment needed for a trip or military campaign
“The country's only supplies are those it can import by lorry.”
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An abundant source of something
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(usually "resources") A stock or supply of assets that can be drawn on
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A person who is appointed to undertake the duties of a superior in the superior's absence
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A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together
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Rearmament or armament
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Materials or resources used to run a business
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A quantity of a medicine or drug taken or recommended to be taken at a particular time
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Equipment or apparatus that is used for a particular purpose
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Money in coins or notes, as distinct from cheques, money orders, or credit
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A gift or payment to a common fund or collection
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A special course of food to which a person restricts themselves, either to lose weight or for medical reasons
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The matter from which a thing is or can be made
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A person, especially a schoolteacher, acting as a temporary substitute for another
Supply teachers have become increasingly essential to the education system.”
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Of or pertaining to the near or immediate future
Adverb
In a nimble way
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“In the applied arts, which were the style's first and most characteristic manifestation, Rococo designers were concerned with colourfully fragile decoration, supple curves, anti-architectonic forms, and spirited elegance.”
Adverb
Adverb for springing back quickly when squeezed or stretched
“The leather is supple and sturdy enough to last for years.”
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Adverb for not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Adverb for soft
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Adverb for capable of being adapted to meet the demands of a particular situation
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Adverb for cheerful and optimistic
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Adverb for excessive in praise or flattery
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Adverb for able to be influenced
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Adverb for athletically tough
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