♦ supply

♦ supply
♦ supply /səˈplaɪ/
1 [uc] approvvigionamento; fornitura; rifornimento; (della luce, del gas, ecc.) erogazione: Some oil-producing countries threatened to stop their supplies, alcuni paesi produttori di petrolio hanno minacciato di bloccare le forniture
2 provvista; scorta; riserva: an inexhaustible supply of coal, una riserva inesauribile di carbone; a large supply (large supplies) of goods, un'ampia provvista di merci; a plentiful supply, abbondanti provviste; Food supplies were running short, le scorte di cibo si stavano esaurendo
3 [u] (econ.) offerta: the law of supply and demand, la legge della domanda e dell'offerta; aggregate supply, offerta aggregata; Good teachers are in short supply, c'è scarsità di bravi insegnanti
4 (spesso al pl.) (fin., polit.) stanziamento
5 (pl.) provviste; viveri
6 (pl.) (mil.) rifornimenti; viveri
7 sostituto; supplente (spec. insegnante)
8 [u] (elettr.) alimentazione
● (market.) supply chain, supply chain; catena logistica □ (econ.) supply conditions, la situazione dell'offerta □ supply contract, contratto di fornitura □ (econ.) supply curve, curva dell'offerta □ supply department, ufficio approvvigionamenti; (mil.) sussistenza □ (mil.) supply dump, deposito □ (mil.) supply line = supply route ► sotto □ (comm.) supply on hand, scorta di magazzino □ supply price, (econ.) prezzo di offerta; (market.) prezzo di fornitura □ (mil.) supply routes, linee di rifornimento □ supply-side economics, economia dell'offerta □ supply sources, fonti d'approvvigionamento □ supply station, centrale elettrica □ supply teacher, (insegnante) supplente □ (elettr.) supply voltage, tensione d'alimentazione □ to lay in a supply of, far provvista di; approvvigionarsi di □ (bur.: d'impiegato e sim.) to be on supply, supplire □ (econ.) Raw materials are in short supply, le materie prime scarseggiano.
♦ (to) supply /səˈplaɪ/
A v. t.
1 approvvigionare; fornire; provvedere; rifornire: We can supply you with the goods you require, possiamo fornirvi la merce che vi occorre; to supply all the materials needed, provvedere tutto il materiale necessario
2 provvedere a; soddisfare; compensare: to supply a need, soddisfare un bisogno; to supply a loss, compensare una perdita
3 completare; colmare; occupare: to supply a deficiency, colmare una deficienza; to supply a vacancy, occupare un posto vacante
4 erogare: to supply gas, erogare il gas
B v. i.
fare da sostituto
● (comm.) to supply an order, evadere un ordinativo □ to supply sb. with funds, rifornire q. di fondi; finanziare q.to be well supplied with food, essere ben provvisto di viveri.

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