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supply verb

ADV. amply, liberally, well | adequately Any room where gas is used must be adequately supplied with air. | poorly | generously, kindly a buffet supper, generously supplied by club members | readily | free (of charge)

VERB + SUPPLY agree to | refuse to | fail to | ask sb to Each applicant is asked to supply a portfolio of work at interview.

PREP. for goods supplied for private use | from The water was supplied from an eight-wheeled tanker. | to They were accused of supplying arms to the rebels. | with He refused to supply the police with information.

PHRASES a contract to supply sth, intent to supply (sb/sth) (law) He was charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply others. | keep sb/sth supplied with sth keeping the guests well supplied with champagne