Requirement - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈkwaɪərmənt|  American pronunciation of the word requirement
Brit.  |rɪˈkwʌɪəm(ə)nt|  British pronunciation of the word requirement

noun

- required activity(syn: demand)

the requirements of his work affected his health

- anything indispensable(syn: essential, necessary, necessity, requisite)

allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions

- something that is required in advance (syn: prerequisite)

Examples

He has met the basic requirements for graduation.

She has fulfilled the general requirements of the course.

This candidate does not meet the requirement that secondary school be / should be completed.

The refugees' main requirements are food and shelter.

Potatoes can provide one-third of our daily requirement of vitamin C.

The new computer system will meet all our requirements.

The increase in gas-fired power stations means traditional coal ones are becoming surplus to requirements.

If you are installing a new bathroom, it has to meet the requirements of the Building Regulations.

Two measures have been introduced as legal requirements.

English 4 is a requirement for English majors.

To find out about entry requirements for students, write to the college admissions board.

The minimum requirement for the post was a degree in engineering.

What are his requirements

the requirements of his work affected his health

allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions

Word forms

noun
singular: requirement
plural: requirements
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