英 [səˈplaɪ] 美 [səˈplaɪ]
及物动词 供给; 补充; 弥补(缺陷、损失等); 向…提供(物资等)
名词 供给物; 储备物质; 粮食
1. Our supplies for this month are in the cupboard.
2. We have new supplies of fur coats.
3. My father has cut off the supplies.
If you supply someone with something that they want or need, you give them a quantity of it.
e.g. ...an agreement not to produce or supply chemical weapons.
e.g. ...a pipeline which will supply the major Greek cities with Russian natural gas.
You can use supplies to refer to food, equipment, and other essential things that people need, especially when these are provided in large quantities.
e.g. What happens when food and gasoline supplies run low?...
e.g. The country's only supplies are those it can import by lorry from Vietnam.
A supply of something is an amount of it which someone has or which is available for them to use.
e.g. The brain requires a constant supply of oxygen...
e.g. Most urban water supplies in the United States now contain fluoride in varying amounts.
Supply is the quantity of goods and services that can be made available for people to buy.
e.g. Prices change according to supply and demand.
1. Good air-tight and water repellence characteristics, so the branch cable can supply electrical power normally in the moist environment, and can install in the air and in earth.
2. Hei he river water as the centralization water supply source to the xi'an has the cleanness water.
3. Russia, France and Israel will be more than happy to supply top-of-the-line equipment.
4. You do not accept, I will not give you supply.
5. Above all, in western areas of china, there is surplus of electricity supply.
6. I mean the parameters of this power supply.