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supply 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/səˈplī/,
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supplying, present participle; supplied, past tense; supplies, 3rd person singular present; supplied, past participle;
  1. Make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide
    • - the farm supplies apples to cider makers
  2. Provide (someone) with something needed or wanted
    • - they struggled to supply the besieged island with aircraft
  3. Be a source of (something needed)
    • - eat foods that supply a significant amount of dietary fiber
  4. Be adequate to satisfy (a requirement or demand)
    • - the two reservoirs supply about 1% of the city's needs
  5. Take over (a place or role left by someone else)
    • - when she died, no one could supply her place
Noun
  1. A stock of a resource from which a person or place can be provided with the necessary amount of that resource
    • - there were fears that the drought would limit the exhibition's water supply
  2. The action of providing what is needed or wanted
    • - the deal involved the supply of forty fighter aircraft
  3. The amount of a good or service offered for sale

  4. The provisions and equipment necessary for an army or for people engaged in a particular project or expedition

  5. A grant of money by Parliament for the costs of government

  6. A person acting as a temporary substitute for another

  7. Providing necessary goods and equipment
    • - a supply ship

  1. an amount of something available for use
  2. give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
  3. offering goods and services for sale
  4. issue: circulate or distribute or equip with; "issue a new uniform to the children"; "supply blankets for the beds"
  5. provision: the activity of supplying or providing something
  6. provide: give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance; "The hostess provided lunch for all the guests"
  7. In economics, supply is the amount of some product producers are willing and able to sell at a given price all other factors being held constant. Usually, supply is plotted as a supply curve showing the relationship of price to the amount of product businesses are willing to sell.
  8. In the Westminster system (and, colloquially, in the United States), a money bill or supply bill is a bill that solely concerns taxation or government spending (also known as appropriation of money), as opposed to changes in public law.
  9. StarCraft is a military science fiction media franchise created by Chris Metzen and James Phinney, and owned by Blizzard Entertainment. ...
  10. (Supplying) loading of national or nationalized goods (stores) intended for consumption on board a domestic or foreign aircraft or ship not used for international carriage.
  11. (Supplies) Items that a business needs to provide products or services, but are not sold to customers.
  12. (Supplies) All personal property excluding equipment, intangible property, debt instruments, and inventions of a contractor conceived or first actually reduced to practice in the performance of work under a funding agreement.
  13. (SUPPLIES) Assets consumed in the course of operations.
  14. (Supplies) The object class that includes articles and items which are consumed or materially altered when used by operating activities, such as office supplies, maintenance parts and small tools, and minor equipment.
  15. (1.1 Supplies) These General Terms and Conditions apply to the purchase of the goods and/or services ("Supplies") identified in a purchase order issued by Buyer to Seller which references these Terms.
  16. (SUPPLIES (SUP)) Supplies include the basic necessities of life such as food and medicine. Although most planets are self-sufficient, some may be too primitive to be able to support themselves.
  17. (Supplies) An expenditure object within an activity which includes all supplies that have a useful life of less than one year and/or a purchase price of less than $1.000.
  18. (Supplies) Assessable property used up in the normal operation of a business, but which are not intended for sale or lease.
  19. (Supplies) Consumable materials used in the operation of the school district including food, textbooks, paper, pencils, office supplies, custodial supplies, material used in maintenance activities and computer software.
  20. (Supplies) I find myself reaching for paper punches and border punches regularly.  It’s so much easier than cutting something by hand.  Same thing with my dies.  I don’t have many, but the ones I do own get a good workout.
  21. (Supplies) Items customarily consumed or expended in the course of being used. This does not include construction, services, capital equipment, and printing.
  22. (Supplies) The conditioned air is distributed throughout the home using a system of rigid and flexible duct, collectively referred to as ductwork. Ductwork is a circulatory system that uses supplies to feed air into a room and returns to complete the circuit back to the air handler. ...
  23. (Supplies) are used up (e.g., groceries, drugstore products, copier paper, gasoline).
  24. Medical supplies are non-reusable, disposable, and are not useful in the absence of illness or injury.  Common household items are not considered medical supplies.
  25. Supply of goods depends on availability: items not available at time of invoicing will be placed on back order