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Translation of "demand" - English-Turkish dictionary

demand

noun     /dɪˈmɑːnd/
NEED [U, no plural] B2 a need for something to be sold or supplied talep There's an increasing demand for cheap housing.Business and commerce - general wordsBuying and selling in general
REQUEST [C] B1 a strong request istek, talep They received a final demand for payment.Making appeals and requests
in demand wanted or needed in large numbers çok istenen, rağbet gören, revaçta olan Good teachers are always in demand.Essential or necessary
(Definition of demand noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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