Sinónimos de provision
the act of supplying somethingthe provision of military supplies to the Khmer Rouge
There is no provision for funding performance-related pay increases.
something suppliedSpecial provision should be made for single mothers.
a condition incorporated in a documenta provision that would allow existing regulations to be reviewed
condition, , ,
They had agreed to a summit subject to certain conditions.
requirement, , ,
The products met all legal requirements.
the relaxation of travel restrictions
The empirical evidence is subject to many qualifications.
There is a clause in his contract which entitles him to a percentage of the profits.
I'd like to have a house built to my specifications.
He added the caveat that all the figures in the survey were suspect.
I accept, with the proviso that Jane agrees.
His only stipulation is that his clients follow his advice.
food and other necessitiesOn board were enough provisions for two weeks.
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grub (slang), ,
kai (New Zealand, informal), ,
victuals (old-fashioned), , , , ,
The fleet carries victuals only for six weeks.
vittles (obsolete, dialect), ,
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in the sense of caveat
a cautionHe added the caveat that all the figures in the survey were suspect.
in the sense of clause
a section of a legal document such as a will or contractThere is a clause in his contract which entitles him to a percentage of the profits.
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