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Translation of "demand" - English-Spanish dictionary

demand

verb /diˈmaːnd/
to ask or ask for firmly and sharply exigir I demanded an explanation.
to require or need exigir, requerir The proposal demands careful thought.
demanding adjective
requiring a lot of effort, ability etc exigente a demanding job.
on demand
when asked for a petición I’m expected to supply meals on demand.
(Definition of demand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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