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Translation of "supply" - English-Spanish dictionary

supply

verb /səˈplai/ ( past tense, past participle supplied)
to give or provide
proporcionar, abastecer
Who is supplying the rebels with guns and ammunition? Extra paper will be supplied by the teacher if it is needed The town is supplied with water from a reservoir in the hills The shop was unable to supply what she wanted.
supplier noun a person or company that supplies goods
Proveedor
a leading supplier of building materials.
be in short supply (of goods etc) to be scarce
haber escasez (de), escasear
Bread is in short supply.
(Definition of supply from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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