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Определение на английском “supply”

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supply

verb [T]
 
 
/səˈplaɪ/
PRODUCTION, COMMERCE to provide materials, or goods and services: supply sth to sb/sth They supply parts to the automotive industry. Electrical power is supplied by underground cables. We supply systems for clients on the Pacific rim.
to give something that is needed to someone or something: supply sb/sth with sth All employees are supplied with safety equipment. They were not able to supply us with the relevant data.
Переводы “supply”
на арабский يُزَوِّد…
на корейский 공급하다…
in Malaysian membekalkan…
на французский fournir, approvisionner…
на турецкий sağlamak, tedarik etmek, vermek…
на итальянский fornire, rifornire…
на китайский (традиционный) 供應,提供,供給…
на русский снабжать, поставлять…
на польский dostarczać, zaopatrywać…
in Vietnamese cung cấp, tiếp tế…
на испанский proporcionar, abastecer…
на португальский abastecer, suprir, fornecer…
in Thai จัดหาให้…
на немецкий (be)liefern…
на каталонский proveir, subministrar…
на японский ~を供給する, 支給する, 提供する…
in Indonesian memasok…
на китайский (упрощенный) 供应,提供,供给…
(Определение слова supply verb из Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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