Supply - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- offering goods and services for sale
- the activity of supplying or providing something (syn: provision)
- circulate or distribute or equip with (syn: issue)
- give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance (syn: cater, ply, provide)
- state or say further (syn: add, append)
The company supplied the necessary money.
You'll have to supply your own food.
He bought a month's supply of cigarettes.
They took a month's worth of supplies on the camping trip.
The town is in need of basic medical supplies.
a store that sells art supplies
The state is trying to disrupt the supply of illegal drugs.
The storm interrupted the town's electricity supply.
Prices change according to demand and supply.
Each soldier is supplied with two pairs of boots.
We can supply the goods from our main store.
Supply words that are wanting.
I've only got a week's supply of tablets left.
There was a plentiful supply of cheap labour.
The nation's fuel supplies will not last forever.
present participle: supplying
past tense: supplied
past participle: supplied