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Spanish translation of “require”

require

verb /rəˈkwaiə/
to need
necesitar, precisar
Is there anything else you require?
to ask, force or order to do something
exigir
You are required by law to send your children to school I will do everything that is required of me.
requirement noun something that is needed, asked for, ordered etc
exigencia
It is a legal requirement that all cars have brakes which work Our firm will be able to supply all your requirements.
(Definition of require from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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