- n an amount of something available for use
- n offering goods and services for sale
- n the activity of supplying or providing something
- v give something useful or necessary to
- v circulate or distribute or equip with
supply blankets for the beds
- v give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance
- v state or say further
- Money supplycurrency, plus checking accounts and time deposits in the nation's 14,000 commercial banksneeds to expand as population and production grow.
- So energy supplies and being able to produce and supply domestically is going to be a big part of that.
- Facing a glut of unsold 2009 inventory, automakers and car dealers hope the government incentive can help them reduce supply before 2010 models arrive.
- Steve Jobs in San Jose Mercury News
This is the most successful product launch in Apple's history,Apple CEO Steve Jobs said. "Even so, we apologize to those customers who were turned away because we did not have enough supply."
- John McCain in amNewYork
I don't think it's going much lower, and it could go higher,McCain said on NBC's "Today Show." "I don't think so, not when you've got a finite supply, basically, and a cartel controlling it."
- Jean-Claude Trichet in USA Today
Trichet said that "we are still in a mode ...... of unlimited supply of liquidity" over periods of up to three months.