Source - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a facility where something is available
- a person who supplies information (syn: informant)
- someone who originates or causes or initiates something (syn: author, generator)
- (technology) a process by which energy or a substance enters a system
a source of carbon dioxide
- a publication (or a passage from a publication) that is referred to (syn: reference)
The college had its own power source.
She has been a great source of strength to me.
His job is the family's main source of income.
A government source spoke to the press today.
The reporter has refused to reveal his sources.
According to one source, the program will not cost a lot.
Information from various intelligence sources
Sources dry up.
It is best to make inquiries at the original sources.
A well-placed source says the minister will resign.
They get their money from various sources.
Beans are a very good source of protein.
For me, music is a great source of enjoyment.
Is your pension taxed at source (=before it is paid to you)?
We've found the source of the trouble.
present participle: sourcing
past tense: sourced
past participle: sourced
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