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provision

US [prəˈvɪʒ(ə)n]
UK [prə'vɪʒ(ə)n]
  • n.提供;条款;供给;供应品
  • v.为…提供所需物品(尤指食物)
  • Web规定;预备;准备
Plural Form:provisions  
Provision
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n.
— see also
provide
1.
[u][c][ususing]
提供;供给;给养;供应品the act of supplying sb with sth that they need or want; sth that is supplied
housing provision
住房供应
The government is responsible for the provision of health care.
政府负责提供医疗服务。
There is no provision for anyone to sit down here.
这里没有可坐的地方。
The provision of specialist teachers is being increased.
当局正在增加设置专门师资。
2.
[u][c]
~ for sb/sth
(为将来做的)准备preparations that you make for sth that might or will happen in the future
He had already made provisions for(= planned for the financial future of) his wife and children before the accident.
意外事故发生之前,他已为妻子、儿女做好了经济安排。
You should make provision for things going wrong.
你要采取措施,以防不测。
3.
[pl]
饮食供应;(尤指旅途中的)粮食supplies of food and drink, especially for a long journey
4.
[c]
(法律文件的)规定,条款a condition or an arrangement in a legal document
Under the provisions of the lease, the tenant is responsible for repairs.
按契约规定,房客负责房屋维修。
v.
1.
[oftpass]
~ sb/sth (with sth)
为…提供所需物品(尤指食物)to supply sb/sth with enough of sth, especially food, to last for a particular period of time

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