Definition of 'supplies'
Example sentences containing 'supplies'
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All of the dead ones used dealers who get their supplies from our chain. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)Saev led her through the rest of the ground floor; a dining hall, an ill-equipped kitchen, a medical station with no supplies. CHAMELEON (2002)Now they had split up to prepare beds and take supplies from the store. LET NOT THE DEEP (2002)
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Translations for 'supplies'
British English: supplies /səˈplaɪz/ NOUN
You can use supplies to refer to food, equipment, and other essential things that people need, especially when these are provided in large quantities.
...food and petrol supplies.
- American English: supplies
- Arabic: تَورِيدَات
- Brazilian Portuguese: suprimento
- Chinese: 物资
- Croatian: zalihe
- Czech: zásobování
- Danish: forsyninger
- Dutch: verbruiksartikelen
- European Spanish: provisiones
- Finnish: tarvikkeet
- French: fournitures
- German: Versorgungsmaterial
- Greek: εφόδια
- Italian: provviste
- Japanese: 食糧
- Korean: 공급품
- Norwegian: forsyninger
- Polish: zapasy
- European Portuguese: abastecimentos
- Romanian: provizii
- Russian: запасы
- Spanish: provisiones
- Swedish: proviant
- Thai: สิ่งที่จัดหาให้
- Turkish: erzak
- Ukrainian: запас
- Vietnamese: nhu yếu phẩm
Definition of supplies from the Collins English Dictionary
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