Abastecer in english

Supply

pronunciation: səplaɪ part of speech: noun, verb
In gestures

abastecerse = stock up (on). 

Example: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

abastecer = purvey ; victual ; supply ; provision. 

Example: In the sixteenth century the English book trade was centred in London, and consisted chiefly of retail stationers who would be likely to purvey both new and second-hand books and a variety of other goods.Example: Many large ships used to anchor there in sheltered waters and were victualled.Example: Here an attempt is made to choose one form and supply references from the other forms.Example: Previous studies in which squirrels were provisioned with an abundant supply of food found a reduction in the rate of caching.

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» abastecer desupply with .

Example: The implementation of successive programmes for supplying educational institutions with microcomputer equipment seems to be the principal prime mover of computerisation processes.

» abastecersestock up (on) .

Example: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
Abastecer synonyms:
issue in spanish: problema, pronunciation: ɪʃu part of speech: noun render in spanish: hacer, pronunciation: rendɜr part of speech: verb provide in spanish: proporcionar, pronunciation: prəvaɪd part of speech: verb provision in spanish: provisión, pronunciation: prəvɪʒən part of speech: noun add in spanish: añadir, pronunciation: æd part of speech: verb cater in spanish: abastecer, pronunciation: keɪtɜr part of speech: verb ply in spanish: capa, pronunciation: plaɪ part of speech: verb, noun append in spanish: adjuntar, pronunciation: əpend part of speech: verb furnish in spanish: proporcionar, pronunciation: fɜrnɪʃ part of speech: verb providing in spanish: siempre que, pronunciation: prəvaɪdɪŋ part of speech: verb supplying in spanish: abastecimiento, pronunciation: səplaɪɪŋ part of speech: noun
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