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supply

noun
(often in plural) an amount or quantity that is supplied; a stock or store
provisión; existencias
She left a supply of food for her husband when she went away for a few days Who will be responsible for the expedition’s supplies? Fresh supplies will be arriving soon.
Translations of “supply”
in Arabic تَزْويد…
in Korean 공급…
in Malaysian bekalan…
in French approvisionnement, stocks…
in Turkish stok, arz, mal…
in Italian scorta, provviste, fornitura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 供應量,供給量…
in Russian запас, подача, снабжение…
in Polish zapas, zaopatrzenie, zasilanie…
in Vietnamese nguồn, hàng cung cấp…
in Portuguese suprimento, provisão…
in Thai จำนวนของที่ส่ง…
in German der Vorrat…
in Catalan provisió…
in Japanese 供給(量)…
in Indonesian persediaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 供应量,供给量…
(Definition of supply from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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