to demand and take for use, esp. for military or public useThe vessel was requisitioned by the navy.
Several other newspapers have appropriated the idea.
Alexandretta had been occupied by the French in 1918.
Police were reported to have seized all copies of the newspaper.
They confiscated weapons, ammunition and propaganda material.
The soldiers commandeered vehicles in the capital.
take possession of,
Earl had taken possession of the gun.
Everything he owned was sequestered.
a formal written demanda requisition for a replacement typewriter
He grew ever more fierce in his demands.
They agreed to his request for help.
There was a call by the trade unions for members to stay home for the duration of the strike.
The company say they can't supply our order.
His application for membership was rejected.
a summons to the palace
the act of taking something over, esp. for military or public useThey are against the requisition of common land.
The site dates back to the Roman occupation of Britain.
one of the biggest seizures of heroin ever
fraud and illegal appropriation of land
Anyone convicted of drug trafficking would be liable to confiscation of assets and imprisonment.
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in the sense of application
a formal request, for example for a jobHis application for membership was rejected.
in the sense of appropriate
to take for one's own use without permissionSeveral other newspapers have appropriated the idea.
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