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supply a meal
[UK: səplai ə miːl]
supply again
[UK: səplai əgein]
supply and demand
[UK: səplai ænd dimɑːnd]
supply and transport officer
[UK: səplai ænd trænspɔːt ɔfisər]
supply and transportation corps
[UK: səplai ænd trænspɔːt ɔfisər]
supply artificial respiration
[UK: səplai ɑːtifiʃl respəreiʃən]
supply chain
[UK: səplai tʃein]
supply contract
[UK: səplai kɔntrækt]
supply corps
[UK: səplai kɔntrækt]
supply current
[UK: səplai kʌrənt]
supply curve
[UK: səplai kəːv]
supply elasticity
[UK: səplai elæstisitiː]
supply engineering
[UK: səplai endʒiniəriŋ]
supply frequency
[UK: səplai friːkwənsiː]
supply goods
[UK: səplai gudz]
supply goods by deferred payment
[UK: səplai gudz biː difəːd peimənt]
supply in advance
[UK: səplai in ədvɑːns]
supply in excess
[UK: səplai in ekses]
supply in large quantities
[UK: səplai in lɑːdʒ kwɔntitiz]
supply later
[UK: səplai in lɑːdʒ kwɔntitiz]
supply less than needed
[UK: səplai les θein niːdid]
supply line
[UK: səplai lain]
supply network
[UK: səplai netwəːk]
supply of electric current
[UK: səplai ɔf ilektrik kʌrənt]
supply of electricity
[UK: səplai ɔf ilektrisitiː]
supply of natural gas
[UK: səplai ɔf ilektrisitiː]
supply of provisions
[UK: səplai ɔf prəviʒnz]
supply of readily available cash
[UK: səplai ɔf riːdəliː əveiləbl kæʃ]
supply or stock with
[UK: səplai ər stɔk wið]
supply pipe
[UK: səplai paip]
supply power
[UK: səplai pauər]
supply ship
[UK: səplai ʃip]
supply surplus
[UK: səplai sʌplʌs]
supply system
[UK: səplai sistəm]
supply teacher
[UK: səplai tiːtʃər]
supply teachers
[UK: səplai tiːtʃəz]
supply the lack
[UK: səplai tiːtʃəz]
supply voltage
[UK: səplai voultidʒ]
supply water
[UK: səplai wɔːtər]
supply what is lacking
[UK: səplai wɔt izæbsənt lækiŋ]
supply what is missing
[UK: səplai wɔt izæbsənt misiŋ]
supply with a passport
[UK: səplai wið ə pɑːspɔːt]
supply with details
[UK: səplai wið diːteilz]
supply with electrical power
[UK: səplai wið ilektrikl pauər]
supply with food
[UK: səplai wið fuːd]
supply with money
[UK: səplai wið mʌniː]
supply with nerve fibers
[UK: səplai wið nəːv faibəz]
supply with oxygen
[UK: səplai wið ɔksidʒən]
supply with personnel
[UK: səplai wið pəːsənel]
supply with power
[UK: səplai wið pauər]
supply with too little food
[UK: səplai wið tuː litl fuːd]
supply with too much
[UK: səplai wið tuː litl fuːd]
supplying financial credit
[UK: səplaiiŋ fainænʃl kredit]
supplying with food
[UK: səplaiiŋ wið fuːd]
supplying with money
[UK: səplaiiŋ wið mʌniː]
advances to supply
[UK: ədvɑːnsiz tou səplai]
aggregate supply
[UK: ægrigeit səplai]
analog supply
[UK: ænəlɔgtʃænl səplai]
axis of supply
[UK: ænəlɔgtʃænl səplai]
blood supply
[UK: blʌd səplai]
bulk supply
[UK: bʌlk səplai]
capital supply
[UK: kæpitəl səplai]
commercial power supply
[UK: kəməːʃlɛəkrɑːft pauər səplai]
decrease in electrical supply
[UK: dikriːs in ilektrikl səplai]
difficulties of supply
[UK: difikəltiz ɔf səplai]
diversification of sources of supply
[UK: daivəːsifikeiʃən ɔf sɔːsiz ɔf səplai]
diversification of supply
[UK: daivəːsifikeiʃən ɔf səplai]
emergency power supply
[UK: iməːdʒənsiː pauər səplai]
energy supply
[UK: enədʒiː səplai]
excess supply
[UK: ekses səplai]
excessive supply
[UK: iksesiv səplai]
gas supply
[UK: gəz səplai]
goods in short supply
[UK: gudz in ʃɔːt səplai]
have in supply
[UK: gudz in ʃɔːt səplai]
having an inadequate supply
[UK: hæviŋ æn inædikwət səplai]
heat supply
[UK: hiːt səplai]
hot water supply
[UK: hɔt wɔːtər səplai]
in short supply
[UK: in ʃɔːt səplai]
in supply
[UK: in səplai]

Example Sentences Including 'supply'

Drop shipping is a supply chain management method in which the retailer does not keep goods in stock but instead transfers the customer orders and shipment details to either the manufacturer, another retailer, or a wholesaler, who then ships the goods directly to the customer.

Boeing beat its rivals to the order and will supply 47 of the long-haul, two-aisle aircraft, in a deal worth more than .

In supply chain management, supply chain collaboration is defined as two or more autonomous firms working jointly to plan and execute supply chain operations.

Demand response is a change in the power consumption of an electric utility customer to better match the demand for power with the supply.

Unions said the Government would have to raise electricity supply by 30 gigawatts to get 35 million electric cars by 2050.

Price fixing is an agreement between participants on the same side in a market to buy or sell a product, service, or commodity only at a fixed price, or maintain the market conditions such that the price is maintained at a given level by controlling supply and demand.

Art and culture is not in short supply in Vienna, with theatre, opera, classical music, fine art and museums in abundance.

Disintermediation is the removal of intermediaries in economics from a supply chain, or cutting out the middlemen in connection with a transaction or a series of transactions.

For years we said fracking had the potential to supply cheap British gas for decades.

Drinking water supply and sanitation in Egypt is characterized by both achievements and challenges.

Shore power or shore supply is the provision of shoreside electrical power to a ship at berth while its main and auxiliary engines are shut down.

They swooped on the fugitive, wanted in Britain in a drugs supply probe, after he finished a workout.

In New York City, there is an extensive water supply system that supports several programs and infrastructure pertaining to the city's food supply.

At retirement, individuals stop working and no longer get employment earnings, and enter a phase of their lives, where they rely on the assets they have accumulated, to supply money for their spending needs for the rest of their lives.

USB, short for Universal Serial Bus, is an industry standard that was developed to define cables, connectors and protocols for connection, communication, and power supply between personal computers and their peripheral devices.

The history of water supply and sanitation is one of a logistical challenge to provide clean water and sanitation systems since the dawn of civilization.

The technique sees hundreds of tiny plastic beads injected into the groin to block the blood supply so the gland shrinks.

The so-called rubber band treatment involves wrapping a rubber band around raised bumps on the skin to cut off blood supply, eventually causing the lump to fall off.

Flap surgery is a technique in plastic and reconstructive surgery where any type of tissue is lifted from a donor site and moved to a recipient site with an intact blood supply.

Demand forecasting is the art and science of forecasting customer demand to drive holistic execution of such demand by corporate supply chain and business management.





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