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Spanish translation of “provision”

provision

noun /prəˈviʒən/
the act of providing
provisión, abastecimiento; facilitación
The government are responsible for the provision of education for all children.
an agreed arrangement
cláusula, disposición, estipulación
the provisions of the contract.
a rule or condition.
condición
provisional adjective temporary; appointed, arranged etc only for the present time
provisional
a provisional government.
provisionally adverb
provisionalmente
provisions noun plural (a supply of) food
provisiones
The campers got their provisions at the village shop.
make provision for to provide what is necessary for
asegurar el porvenir
You should make provision for your old age.
(Definition of provision from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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