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  1. supply

    • IPA[səˈplʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide;provide with something needed or wanted
    • n.
      a stock or amount of something supplied or available for use;the action of providing what is needed or wanted
    • verb: supply, 3rd person present: supplies, gerund or present participle: supplying, past tense: supplied, past participle: supplied

    • noun: supply, plural noun: supplies

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    • adj.
      motivated or caused by the aspect of the economy concerned with the production and distribution ... the industry's metamorphosis from a supply-driven market to one driven by demand will happen quickly a supply-driven increase in the price of oil

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    • adj.
      relating to or denoting a policy designed to increase output and employment by changing the ...

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    • n.
      a stock of food supplied or available for use: the winter was harshly cold and food supplies were almost nonexistent

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    • ph.
      (of a schoolteacher) acting as a temporary substitute for another

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    • n.
      the total amount of money in circulation or in existence in a country.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the total amount of money in circulation or in existence in a country.

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    • IPA[səˈplī]

    美式

    • v.
      make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide: the farm supplies apples to cider makers
    • n.
      a stock of a resource from which a person or place can be provided with the necessary amount of ... there were fears that the drought would limit the exhibition's water supply

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    • IPA[ˈsəp(ə)lē]

    美式

    • adv.
      variant spelling of supplely (see supple)

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    • IPA[ˈsʌpli]

    英式

    • adv.
      variant spelling of supplely (see supple)

    Oxford Dictionary