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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 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 provide with food
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(of items for sale) To supply or stock with
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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 place or put between or among others
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To compose of, or constitute, in amount or part of a whole
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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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A collection or accumulation of objects, typically placed haphazardly on top of each other
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A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together
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To study a role to such an extent as to be able to replace the usual performer when required
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A quantity of something
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Materials or resources used to run a business
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Equipment or apparatus that is used for a particular purpose
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Rearmament or arming
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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
Adjective
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
“The ballet-going public associated her with brilliant mime and supple dance movements.”
Adverb
Adverb for springing back quickly when squeezed or stretched
“Amy and Lisa maneuvered me over to this expensive leather couch, and gingerly lowered my aching body onto its supple cushions.”
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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 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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