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supply [ sə'plai] vt.&n.供给,供应

supply [sə'plai] vt.& n. 供给,供应

supplies 用品

supply [sə'plai] vt.电源,供给

长线产品 product in excessive supply

跨境交付(服务贸易) cross border supply

来料加工 process materials supplied by clients; accept customers' materials for processing

米袋子省长负责制 provincial governors assuming responsibility fofr the rice bag (grain supply)

三通一平 "three supplies and one leveling; supply of water, electricity and road and leveled ground (conditions ready for further economic development)"

EPS Emergency Power Supply 应急电源

Power Supply 电源

Ocean Shipping Supply Company 外轮供应公司

Supply and Sales Company of Light Industry 轻工供销公司

Building Material Supply Company 建筑材料供应公司

Overseas Chinese Commodities Supply Company 华侨商品供应公司

Building Material Supply Company 建筑材料供应公司

Overseas Chinese Commodities Supply Company 华侨商品供应公司

Ocean Shipping Supply Company 外轮供应公司

Supply and Sales Company of Mechanical and Electrical Industry 机电工业供销公司

Standard on Water Supplies for Suburban and Rural Fire Fighting

Computer Power Supply 电脑主机电源

Hotel Supplies 宾馆用品

Party Supplies 聚会用品

Power Supply Transformer 功率电源变压器

Restaurant Supply 酒店用品

Switching Power Supply 开关式电源

Welding Supplies 焊接材料

supply 供给,满足(需要)

package materials (packing supplies) 包装材料

We can supply all your foreign currency. 我们提供各国货币

电源控制组件 power-supply control unit

supplies 日常用品

supply 供给,满足(需要)

UPS:为Uninterruptible Power Supply(不间断电源)的英文缩写。它是伴随着计算机的诞生而出现的,是电脑的重要外围设备之一。UPS是一种含有储能装置,以逆变器为主要组成的恒压恒频的不间断电源,用以保护电脑在突然断电时不会丢失重要的数据。

cleaning supplies 清洁用品

personal-care supplies 个人护理用品

plumbing supplies

加工贸易 trade involving the processing of supplied raw materials

competitive (supply-side) evolution 竞争(供方)演变

operating supplies 生产供应品

Application for Supply of Quarters Furniture

Association of Purchasing and Supplies Officers

Departmental Order for Supply of Stores [GF 219]

Director of Government Supplies [DGS]

Director of Water Supplies [DWS]

Unfortunately, there is very few evidence that big companies are willing to invest a huge sums of money in a place without sufficient basic projects, such as supplies of electricity and water.

The reason why we have to grow trees is that they can supply fresh air for us.

稳压电源 Power Supply

供热、供燃气、通风及空调工程 Heating, Gas Supply, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Engineering

电机电器与供电 Motor Elements and Power Supply

adequate amount of the money supply 适度货币供应量

aggregate supply 总供给量

demand over supply 供不应求

law of supply and demand 供需法则

money supply 货币供应

overall demand and supply 总需求和总供给

planned purchase and supply by the state 国家统购统销

Supply 供给

supply and demand relation 供求关系

supply exceeds demand 供过于求

supply over demand 供过于求

fuel supply rate curve

fuel supply advance angle

fuel supply rate

supply pipe

diaphragm fuel supply pump

vane fuel supply pump

piston type fuel supply pump

gear fuel supply pump

The brain needs a continuous supply of blood.

The officer was quite worried about the deficiency in the supply of water.

For two months the city was surrounded by enemy forces, and no supplies could be brought in.

We should try our best to send supplies to the city that has been under siege.

These goods are in short supply; therefore, the price will be high.

The increased population is demanding too much of the electricity supply.

They rushed doctors and medical supplies to the scene of the accident.

There are abundant supplies of wood for fires in the forest.

The jeans of this style are in short supply now.

Top managers are in short supply.

That man seems to have an unlimited supply of money.

They had a plentiful supply of food on the ship.

The company has just won a contract to supply machinery to the government.

His firm has been contracted to supply all the furniture for the new building.

The city was plunged into darkness when the electricity supply was cut off in the storm.

The brain needs a continuous supply of blood.大脑需要连续不断地供血。

You should have had enough sense to turn off the electricity supply before disconnecting the wires.

These goods are in short supply; the price will be high.

The merchant supplies goods to them.

I don't think price is a problem. The most important thing is that how many you can supply.

Please inform us the quantity that can be supplied from stock.

We are delighted to know that you deal with export of Chinese chinaware. Could you supply us 300 sets of tableware for shipment before the end of May?

We can supply from stock and will have no trouble in meeting your delivery date.

Our affections are our life. -- We live by them; they supply our warmth.

If you have great talents, industry will improve them; if you have but moderate abilities, industry will supply their deficiency.
Joshuas Reynolds, American female essayist
美国女散文家雷诺兹. J.

We can supply any reasonable quantity of this merchandise.

This is the maximum quantity we can supply at present.

We can only supply you with 20,000 yards of pure silk.

We sell goods as per the sales sample, not the quality of any previous supplies.

Please get in touch with our agents for the supply of the goods you require.

A few problems with supply under the old contract must be quickly resolved.

补给 supply

补给线 supply line

包饭 [bāo fàn] /get or supply meals at a fixed rate/board/

补发 [bǔ fā] /supply again (sth lost)/reissue/pay retroactively/

补给 [bǔ jǐ] /supply/

补缺 [bǔ quē] /fill a vacancy/supply a deficiency/

供 [gōng] /offer (information etc.)/supply/

供不应求 [gōng bú yìng qiú] /(saying) demand exceeds supply/

供给 [gōng gěi] /furnish/provide/supply/

供求 [gōng qiú] /supply and demand (econ.)/

供销 [gōng xiāo] /(v) supply and sell/

供需 [gōng xū] /supply and demand/

供应 [gōng yìng] /supply/to provide/

货源 [huò yuán] /supply of goods/

给 [jǐ] /to supply/provide/

切断 [qiē duàn] /cut off (a supply, etc.)/

提供 [tí gōng] /to supply/to provide/to furnish/

运载 [yùn zài] /carry/convey/delivery/supply/

照明 [zhào míng] /(n) the illumination supplied by lights; lighting/

资 [zī] /resources/capital/to provide/to supply/to support/money/expense/

辎 [zī] /milit. supply/

Since OPEC agreed to supply-cuts in March, the price of crude oil has jumped to almost $26 a barrel, up from less than $10 last December.

What has happened is that people cannot confess fully to their dreams, as easily and openly as once they could, lest they be thought pushing, acquisitive and vulgar.
Instead, we are treated to fine hypocritical spectacles, which now more than ever seem in ample supply: the critic of American materialism with a Southampton summer home; the publisher of radical books who takes his meals in three-star restaurants; the journalist advocating participatory democracy in all phases of life, whose own children are enrolled in private schools. For such people and many more perhaps not so exceptional, the proper formulation is, "Succeed at all costs but avoid appearing ambitious."

The railway companies, though still private business managed for the benefit of shareholders, were very unlike old family business.
At the same time the great municipalities went into business to supply lighting, trams and other services to the taxpayers.

In the American economy, this mechanism is provided by a price system, a process in which prices rise and fall in response to relative demands of consumers and supplies offered by seller-producers.

If the products is in short supply relative to the demand, the price will be bid up and some consumers will be eliminated from the market.

If, on the other hand, producing more of a commodity results in reducing its cost, this will tend to increase the supply offered by seller-producers, which in turn will lower the price and permit more consumers to buy the product.

{adj: abundant} present in great quantity
"an abundant supply of water"
<-> scarce

{adj: aerated, charged} supplied with carbon dioxide

{adj: affluent, flush, loaded, moneyed, wealthy} having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value
"an affluent banker"
"a speculator flush with cash"
"not merely rich but loaded"
"moneyed aristocrats"
"wealthy corporations"

{adj: alimentative} related to the supply of aliment

{adj: ample, copious, plenteous, plentiful, rich} affording an abundant supply
"had ample food for the party"
"copious provisions"
"food is plentiful"
"a plenteous grape harvest"
"a rich supply"

{adj: ample} more than enough in size or scope or capacity
"had ample food for the party"
"an ample supply"
<-> meager

{adj: automotive} of or relating to motor vehicles
"automotive supplies"

{adj: bottomless} having no apparent limits or bounds
"a bottomless supply of money"
"bottomless pockets"

{adj: boundless, unbounded, limitless} seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent
"unbounded enthusiasm"
"children with boundless energy"
"a limitless supply of money"

{adj: carotid} of or relating to either of the two major arteries supplying blood to the head and neck

{adj: cerebrovascular} of or relating to the brain and the blood vessels that supply it
"a cerebrovascular accident"

{adj: critical, vital} urgently needed; absolutely necessary
"a critical element of the plan"
"critical medical supplies"
"vital for a healthy society"
"of vital interest"

{adj: definitive, determinate} supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement
"a definitive verdict"
"a determinate answer to the problem"

{adj: depleted, low} no longer sufficient
"supplies are low"
"our funds are depleted"

{adj: developing, underdeveloped} relating to societies in which capital needed to industrialize is in short supply

{adj: digested} capable of undergoing digestion
"a supply of easily digested foods"

{adj: dowered} supplied with (especially a dower or dowry)

{adj: drenched, drenched in} abundantly covered or supplied with; often used in combination
"drenched in moonlight"
"moon-drenched meadows"

{adj: endowed} provided or supplied or equipped with (especially as by inheritance or nature)
"an well-endowed college"
"endowed with good eyesight"
"endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights"
<-> unendowed

{adj: energizing, energising, kinetic} supplying motive force
"the complex civilization of which Rome was the kinetic center"- H.O.Taylor

{adj: filled} (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with
"theirs was a house filled with laughter"
"a large hall filled with rows of desks"
"fog-filled air"

{adj: furnished with, provided with, supplied with} having a supply of

{adj: ill-equipped} poorly supplied with physical equipment
"the school was ill-equipped"

{adj: inadequate, poor, short} not sufficient to meet a need
"an inadequate income"
"a poor salary"
"money is short"
"on short rations"
"food is in short supply"
"short on experience"

{adj: inexhaustible, unlimited} that cannot be entirely consumed or used up
"an inexhaustible supply of coal"

{adj: inexhaustible} incapable of being entirely consumed or used up
"an inexhaustible supply of coal"
<-> exhaustible

{adj: long} having or being more than normal or necessary:"long on brains"
"in long supply"

{adj: louvered} supplied with louvers for ventilation
"a louvered door"

{adj: mesic} having or characterized by moderate or a well-balanced supply of moisture
"mesic habitats"
<-> xeric, hydric

{adj: mined} extracted from a source of supply as of minerals from the earth
<-> unmined

{adj: needed, needful, required, requisite} necessary for relief or supply
"provided them with all things needful"

{adj: optical} of or relating to or involving light or optics
"optical supplies"

{adj: oversubscribed} sold in excess of available supply especially season tickets
"the opera season was oversubscribed"

{adj: rich} having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)
"blessed with a land rich in minerals"
"rich in ideas"
"rich with cultural interest"
<-> poor

{adj: satiate, satiated} supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction
<-> insatiate

{adj: seeded} having or supplied with seeds
"a seeded breadfruit"
"seeded rolls"

{adj: spare} kept in reserve especially for emergency use
"a reserve supply of food"
"a spare tire"
"spare parts"

{adj: standard} commonly used or supplied
"standard procedure"
"standard car equipment"

{adj: suited} outfitted or supplied with clothing
"recruits suited in green"

{adj: unaerated, unoxygenated} (used of blood) not supplied with oxygen

{adj: undisturbed, unmolested} untroubled by interference or disturbance
"food supplies were allowed through unmolested"
"he could pursue his studies undisturbed"

{adj: unfailing} always able to supply more
"an unfailing source of good stories"
"a subject of unfailing interest"

{adj: vented} supplied with a vent or vents for intake of air or discharge of gases

{adj: visible} present and easily available
"the cash on hand is adequate for current needs"
"emergency police were on hand in case of trouble"
"a visible supply"
"visible resources"

{adj: well endowed} having plentiful supplies of a resource
"Brazil is well endowed with coffee"

{adv: abundantly, copiously, profusely, extravagantly} in an abundant manner
"they were abundantly supplied with food"
"he thanked her profusely"

{adv: ebulliently, exuberantly, expansively} in an ebullient manner
"Khrushchev ebulliently promised to supply rockets for the protection of Cuba against American aggression"

{adv: impossibly} to a degree impossible of achievement
"long thought to be an impossibly difficult operation"
"impossibly far from sources of supply"
<-> possibly

{n: Atlanta, battle of Atlanta} a siege in which Federal troops under Sherman cut off the railroads supplying the city and then burned it; 1864

{n: B battery} battery for supplying a constant positive voltage to the plate of a vacuum tube

{n: Berlin airlift} airlift in 1948 that supplied food and fuel to citizens of west Berlin when the Russians closed off land access to Berlin

{n: Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve, Fed, FRS} the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state charted commercial banks and some trust companies
"the Fed seeks to control the United States economy by raising and lowering short-term interest rates and the money supply"

{n: Foreign Service} the part of the State Department that supplies diplomats for the United States embassies and consulates around the world

{n: M1} a measure of the money supply; includes currency in circulation plus demand deposits or checking account balances

{n: M2} a measure of the money supply; M1 plus net time deposits (other than large certificates of deposit)

{n: M3} a measure of the money supply; M2 plus deposits at institutions that are not banks (such as savings and loan associations)

{n: Murmansk} a port city in northwestern Russia on the Kola Peninsula; the largest city north of the Arctic Circle; an important supply line to Russia in World War I and World War II

{n: Philippine Sea, battle of the Philippine Sea} a naval battle in World War II (1944); a decisive naval victory for the United States fleet over the Japanese who were trying to block supplies from reaching American troops on Leyte

{n: Ricardo, David Ricardo} English economist who argued that the laws of supply and demand should operate in a free market (1772-1823)

{n: Trumbull, Jonathan Trumbull} American Revolutionary leader who as governor of Connecticut provided supplies for the Continental Army (1710-1785)

{n: abducent, abducent nerve, abducens, abducens nerve, nervus abducens, sixth cranial nerve} a small motor nerve supplying the lateral rectus muscle of the eye

{n: abundance, copiousness, teemingness} the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply
"an age of abundance"
<-> scarcity

{n: accelerator, throttle, throttle valve} a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine

{n: acoustic nerve, auditory nerve, vestibulocochlear nerve, nervus vestibulocochlearis, eighth cranial nerve} a composite sensory nerve supplying the hair cells of the vestibular organ and the hair cells of the cochlea

{n: airdrop} delivery of supplies or equipment or personnel by dropping them by parachute from an aircraft
"until then, front line troops will be supplied by airdrop"

{n: alveolar artery, arteria alveolaris} a branch of the maxillary artery that supplies the alveolar process

{n: anode} the negatively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current
<-> cathode

{n: anterior meningeal artery} branch of the anterior ethmoidal artery that supplies meninges in the anterior cranial fossa

{n: appendicular artery, arteria appendicularis} the branch of the ileocolic artery that supplies the vermiform appendix

{n: area, region} a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve
"in the abdominal region"

{n: artery of the penis bulb, arteria bulbi penis} a branch of the internal pudendal artery of males that supplies the bulb of the penis

{n: artery of the vestibule bulb, arteria bulbi vestibuli} a branch of the internal pudendal artery in females that supplies the bulb of the vestibule

{n: ascending artery, arteria ascendens} the branch of the ileocolic artery that supplies the ascending colon

{n: atrial artery} the branch of the coronary artery that supplies the muscles of the atria

{n: auricular artery, arteria auricularis} artery that supplies blood to the ear

{n: bag of tricks} a supply of ways of accomplishing something
"every good mechanic has a large bag of tricks"

{n: baggage} the portable equipment and supplies of an army

{n: bank} a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies)

{n: basilar artery, arteria basilaris} an unpaired artery; supplies the pons and cerebellum and the back part of the cerebrum and the inner ear

{n: bird feeder, birdfeeder, feeder} an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birds

{n: brachial plexus, plexus brachialis} a network of nerves formed by cervical and thoracic spinal nerves and supplying the arm and parts of the shoulder

{n: bridgehead, foothold} an area in hostile territory that has been captured and is held awaiting further troops and supplies
"an attempt to secure a bridgehead behind enemy lines"
"the only foothold left for British troops in Europe was Gibraltar"

{n: buccal artery, arteria buccalis} a branch of the maxillary artery that supplies blood to the buccinator muscle and the cheek

{n: building supply store, building supply house} a store where builders can purchase materials for building houses and related structures

{n: bumboat} a small boat that ferries supplies and commodities for sale to a larger ship at anchor

{n: cardiac plexus, plexus cardiacus} a plexus of nerves supplying the heart and nearby structures

{n: cathode} the positively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current
<-> anode

{n: central bank} a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government

{n: cerebellar artery, arteria cerebelli} an artery that supplies the cerebellum

{n: cerebral artery, arteria cerebri} any of the arteries supplying blood to the cerebral cortex

{n: cervical artery, areteria cervicalis} an artery that supplies the muscles of the neck

{n: chandler} a retail dealer in provisions and supplies

{n: choroidal artery, arteria choroidea} an artery that supplies the choroid plexus

{n: ciliary artery, arteria ciliaris} one of several arteries supplying the choroid coat of the eye

{n: circulatory failure} failure of the cardiovascular system to supply adequate amounts of blood to body tissues

{n: circumflex artery of the thigh, arteria circumflexa femoris} an artery that supplies the hip joint and thigh muscles

{n: circumflex humeral artery, arteria circumflexa humeri} an artery that supplies the shoulder joint and shoulder muscles

{n: circumflex iliac artery, arteria circumflexa ilium} an artery that supplies the lower abdominal walls and skin and the sartorius muscle

{n: coaling station} a seaport where ships can take on supplies of coal

{n: coil} a transformer that supplies high voltage to spark plugs in a gasoline engine

{n: colic artery, arteria colica} arteries that supply blood to the colon

{n: commerce, commercialism, mercantilism} transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)

{n: commissariat, provisions, provender, viands, victuals} a stock or supply of foods

{n: conduction anesthesia, conduction anaesthesia, nerve block anesthesia, nerve block anaesthesia, block anesthesia, block anaesthesia} anesthesia of an area supplied by a nerve; produced by an anesthetic agent applied to the nerve

{n: coronary artery, arteria coronaria} the artery that branches from the aorta to supply blood to the heart

{n: coronary bypass, coronary bypass surgery, coronary artery bypass graft, CABG} open-heart surgery in which the rib cage is opened and a section of a blood vessel is grafted from the aorta to the coronary artery to bypass the blocked section of the coronary artery and improve the blood supply to the heart

{n: costumier, costumer, costume designer} someone who designs or supplies costumes (as for a play or masquerade)

{n: creatine, creatin} an amino acid that does not occur in proteins but is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates both in the free form and as phosphocreatine; supplies energy for muscle contraction

{n: credit crunch, liquidity crisis, squeeze} a state in which there is a short supply of cash to lend to businesses and consumers and interest rates are high

{n: cystic artery, arteria cystica} a branch of the hepatic artery; supplies the gall bladder and the surface of the liver

{n: deep supporting fire} fire on objectives not in the immediate vicinity your forces but with the objective of destroying enemy reserves and weapons and interfering with the enemy command and supply and communications

{n: demand-pull inflation} inflation caused by an increase in demand or in the supply of money

{n: demand} the ability and desire to purchase goods and services
"the automobile reduced the demand for buggywhips"
"the demand exceeded the supply"
<-> supply

{n: desert plant, xerophyte, xerophytic plant, xerophile, xerophilous plant} plant adapted for life with a limited supply of water; compare hydrophyte and mesophyte

{n: digital arteries, arteria digitalis} arteries in the hand and foot that supply the fingers and toes

{n: dispensary} clinic where medicine and medical supplies are dispensed

{n: diving bell} diving apparatus for underwater work; has an open bottom and is supplied with compressed air

{n: diving suit, diving dress} a weighted and hermetically sealed garment supplied with air; worn by underwater divers

{n: drilling pipe} a series of tube (joined by screwed collars) that connects a drilling platform to the drilling bit; rotates the bit and supplies drilling mud

{n: drop zone, dropping zone} an agreed area where military supplies are dropped to ground troops

{n: dump} a place where supplies can be stored
"an ammunition dump"

{n: energizer, energiser} a device that supplies electrical energy

{n: epigastric artery, arteria epigastrica} one of three arteries supplying the anterior walls of the abdomen

{n: essential amino acid} an amino acid that is required by animals but that they cannot synthesize; must be supplied in the diet

{n: ethmoidal artery, arteria ethmoidalis} a branch of the ophthalmic artery supplying structures in and around the nasal capsule

{n: eutrophication} excessive nutrients in a lake or other body of water, usually caused by runoff of nutrients (animal waste, fertilizers, sewage) from the land, which causes a dense growth of plant life; the decomposition of the plants depletes the supply of oxygen, leading to the death of animal life
"he argued that the controlling factor in eutrophication is not nitrate but phosphate"

{n: external carotid artery, external carotid} the branch of the carotid artery that supplies blood to the face and tongue and external parts of the head

{n: external drive} a drive with its own power supply and fan mounted outside the computer system enclosure and connected to the computer by a cable

{n: facial artery, arteria facialis, external maxillary artery} an artery that originates in the external carotid and gives off branches that supply the neck and face

{n: facial, facial nerve, nervus facialis, seventh cranial nerve} cranial nerve that supplies facial muscles

{n: feeding, alimentation} the act of supplying food and nourishment

{n: femoral nerve, nervus femoralis, anterior crural nerve} one of a pair of nerves that originate from lumbar nerves and supply the muscles and skin of the anterior part of the thigh

{n: flame-out} the failure of a jet engine caused by an interruption of the fuel supply or by faulty combustion

{n: fluoridation, fluoridization, fluoridisation} the addition of a fluoride to the water supply (to prevent dental decay)

{n: fountain pen} a pen that is supplied with ink from a reservoir in its barrel

{n: fueling, refueling} the activity of supplying or taking on fuel

{n: function} a relation such that one thing is dependent on another
"height is a function of age"
"price is a function of supply and demand"

{n: gas tank, gasoline tank} a tank for holding gasoline to supply a vehicle

{n: gastric artery, arteria gastrica} arteries that supplies the walls of the stomach

{n: gluteal artery, arteria glutes} branches of the internal iliac artery that supply the hip joint and gluteal region

{n: governor, regulator} a control that maintains a steady speed in a machine (as by controlling the supply of fuel)

{n: grocer} a retail merchant who sells foodstuffs (and some household supplies)

{n: heater, warmer} device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room

{n: hepatic artery, arteria hepatica} arteries that supply the liver

{n: hod carrier, hodman} a laborer who carries supplies to masons or bricklayers

{n: home-farm} a farm that supplies the needs of a large estate of establishment

{n: hypoglossal, hypoglossal nerve, nervus hypoglosus, twelfth cranial nerve} supplies intrinsic muscles of the tongue and other tongue muscles

{n: ice machine} an electric refrigerator to supply ice cubes

{n: ileal artery, intestinal artery, arteria ileum} branch of the superior mesenteric artery that supplies the ileum

{n: ileocolic artery, arteria ileocolica} an artery that originates from the superior mesenteric artery and supplies the terminal part of the ileum and the cecum and the vermiform appendix and the ascending colon

{n: iliac artery, arteria iliaca} one of the large arteries supplying blood to the pelvis and legs

{n: iliolumbar artery, arteria iliolumbalis} an artery that originates in the internal iliac artery and supplies the pelvic muscles and bones

{n: infarct, infarction} localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply

{n: inferior alveolar artery, arteria alveolaris inferior} the alveolar artery that goes through the mandibular canal to supply the lower teeth

{n: inferior labial artery, arteria labialis inferior} a branch of the facial artery that supplies the lower lip

{n: inferior mesenteric artery} arises near the lower end of the aorta and supplies the large intestine

{n: informant, source} a person who supplies information

{n: infraorbital artery, arteria infraorbitalis} originates from the maxillary artery and supplies structures below the orbit (from lower eyelid to upper lip)

{n: innominate artery} a large artery arising from the arch of the aorta and divides into the right subclavian artery and the right common carotid artery; supplies the right side of the neck and head and the right shoulder and arm

{n: intercostal artery, arteria intercostalis} several arteries and supplying the intercostal spaces of the rib cage

{n: intermittent claudication} lameness due to pain in leg muscles because the blood supply is inadequate; pain subsides with rest

{n: internal carotid artery} the branch of the carotid artery that supplies blood to the brain and eyes and internal parts of the head

{n: internal iliac artery, hypogastric artery} the inner branch of the common iliac artery on either side of the body; divides into several branches that supply blood to the pelvic and gluteal areas

{n: internal maxillary artery} the maxillary artery that supplies deep structure of the face and some of the meninges

{n: inventory control} supervision of the supply and storage and accessibility of items in order to insure an adequate supply without excessive oversupply

{n: inventory, inventorying, stocktaking, stock-taking} making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand
"an inventory may be necessary to see if anything is missing"
"they held an inventory every month"

{n: irrigation ditch} a ditch to supply dry land with water artificially

{n: irrigation} supplying dry land with water by means of ditches etc

{n: issue, military issue, government issue} supplies (as food or clothing or ammunition) issued by the government

{n: jejunal artery, intestinal artery} branch of the superior mesenteric artery that supplies the jejunum

{n: jitter} small rapid variations in a waveform resulting from fluctuations in the voltage supply or mechanical vibrations or other sources

{n: labial artery, arteria labialis} a branch of the facial artery that supplies the lips of the mouth

{n: labyrinthine artery, artery of the labyrinth, internal auditory artery} a branch of the basilar artery that supplies the labyrinth

{n: lacrimal artery, arteria lacrimalis} an artery that originates from the ophthalmic artery and supplies the lacrimal gland and rectal eye muscles and the upper eyelid and the forehead

{n: larder} a supply of food especially for a household

{n: laryngeal artery, arteria laryngea} either of two arteries that supply blood to the larynx

{n: left coronary artery} arises from the left aortic sinus; supplies the left side of the heart

{n: left gastric artery, arteria gastrica sinistra} a branch of the celiac artery that supplies the lesser curvature of the stomach and the abdominal part of the esophagus

{n: lienal artery, splenic artery, arteria lienalis} an artery that originates from the celiac trunk and supplies blood to the spleen

{n: lighting} apparatus for supplying artificial light effects for the stage or a film

{n: line officer} a commissioned officer with combat units (not a staff officer or a supply officer)

{n: lingual artery, arteria lingualis} an artery originating from the external carotid artery and supplying the under side of the tongue

{n: load-shedding} cutting off the electric current on certain lines when the demand becomes greater than the supply

{n: logistics} handling an operation that involves providing labor and materials be supplied as needed

{n: lumbar artery, arteria lumbalis} one of four or five pairs of arteries that originate in the abdominal aorta and supply the lumbar vertebrae and the back muscles and abdominal wall

{n: lumbosacral plexus} a nerve plexus formed by the ventral divisions of the coccygeal and sacral and lumbar nerves; supplies the lower limbs and perineum and coccygeal area

{n: magazine, cartridge} a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required

{n: market forces} the interaction of supply and demand that shapes a market economy

{n: matching funds} funds that will be supplied in an amount matching the funds available from other sources

{n: materiel, equipage} equipment and supplies of a military force

{n: maxillary artery, arteria maxillaris} either of two arteries branching from the external carotid artery and supplying structure of the face

{n: meningeal artery, arteria meningea} any of three arteries supplying the meninges of the brain and neighboring structures

{n: mesophyte, mesophytic plant} land plant growing in surroundings having an average supply of water; compare xerophyte and hydrophyte

{n: middle meningeal artery} branch of the maxillary artery; its branches supply meninges

{n: monetarism} an economic theory holding that variations in unemployment and the rate of inflation are usually caused by changes in the supply of money

{n: monetarist} an advocate of the theory that economic fluctuations are caused by increases or decreases in the supply of money

{n: money supply} the total stock of money in the economy; currency held by the public plus money in accounts in banks

{n: munition, ordnance, ordnance store} military supplies

{n: musculophrenic artery, arteria musculophrenica} an artery that supplies the abdomen and intercostal muscles

{n: myocardial infarction, myocardial infarct, MI} destruction of heart tissue resulting from obstruction of the blood supply to the heart muscle

{n: natural resource, natural resources} resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature

{n: necrosis, mortification, gangrene, sphacelus} the localized death of living cells (as from infection or the interruption of blood supply)

{n: need, want} anything that is necessary but lacking
"he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs"
"I tried to supply his wants"

{n: neuromuscular junction, myoneural junction} the junction between a nerve fiber and the muscle it supplies

{n: nota bene, NB, N.B.} a Latin phrase (or its abbreviation) used to indicate that special attention should be paid to something
"the margins of his book were generously supplied with pencilled NBs"

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