Synonyms of 'stipulate'
to specify (something) as a condition of an agreementInternational rules stipulate the number of foreign entrants.
He has not specified what action he would like them to take.
state, , ,
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
They promised they would deliver it on Friday.
He has contracted to lease part of the collection to a museum in Japan.
We guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase.
I pledge that by next year we will have the problem solved.
In the deed of separation, she covenanted that she would not revoke her will.
lay down or impose conditions
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in the sense of contract
to make a formal agreement with (a person or company) to do or deliver (something)He has contracted to lease part of the collection to a museum in Japan.
in the sense of covenant
to agree by a legal covenantIn the deed of separation, she covenanted that she would not revoke her will.
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