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Translation of "supply" - English-Italian dictionary

supply

verb   /səˈplaɪ/ ( present participle supplying, past tense and past participle supplied)
to give things that people want or need, often over a long period of time fornire, rifornire Who will supply the food for the party? This lake supplies the whole town with water.
(Definition of supply verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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