Definition of 'requisite'
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The percentage of minorities and women with requisite skills in the relevant recruitment area. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)Often companies find they cannot hire our young people because they lack the requisite skills. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most have no experience of any career outside teaching and therefore the requisite skills needed to work elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2010)How absurd that he is penalised simply because he pays the requisite amount in a day too soon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We must empower ourselves with the requisite skills and education to meet the challenges of the knowledge economy of tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is vital that no company is allowed to take over a home unless it has the requisite experience to do so. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Unless our universities provide them with individuals who have the requisite skills, companies will go abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's all offset with the requisite amount of tragedy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We don't have the requisite number of points on the board. Times, Sunday Times (2007)After the requisite number of shipwrecks and duels in suitably exotic locations, he duly wins her. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)Officially, the contest was open to anyone with the requisite nomination from a trade union or local party branch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Only two, both over the phone, met the requisite standards. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Success at work isn't just about having the requisite skill or experience - there are also office politics to take into consideration. The Sun (2015)The worst is having to explain to an individual that no matter how hard they try, they don't have the requisite skills to do their job. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'requisite'
British English: requisite ADJECTIVE
You can use requisite to indicate that something is necessary for a particular purpose.
She filled in the requisite paperwork.
British English: requisite NOUN
A requisite is something which is necessary for a particular purpose.
An understanding of accounting techniques is a major requisite for the work of the analysts.
Definition of requisite from the Collins English Dictionary
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