Meaning of REQUIREMENT in English

REQUIREMENT

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ absolute

There's no absolute ~ to disclose your age.

▪ necessary

▪ core , important , key , main

▪ essential , fundamental

An open system of criminal justice is a fundamental ~ of any democratic society.

▪ demanding , strict , stringent

▪ detailed

▪ exact , precise

▪ reasonable

▪ basic

▪ minimum

▪ additional , further

▪ general

▪ special

▪ certain , particular , specific

▪ individual , personal

▪ unique

▪ annual , daily

your daily ~ of vitamin C

▪ current , future

▪ changing

▪ constitutional , contractual , federal , formal , legal , legislative , mandatory , procedural , regulatory , statutory

▪ business

▪ borrowing ( esp. BrE )

The public sector borrowing ~ is expected to rise.

▪ customer , market , user

▪ academic , course , curriculum , education ( AmE ), educational , graduation ( AmE )

core curriculum ~s

▪ entrance , entry

▪ eligibility

▪ technical

▪ environmental

▪ safety , security

▪ visa

▪ residency ( AmE )

▪ dietary , food , nutritional

patients with special dietary ~s

▪ data , information

▪ labour/labor , manpower

▪ capital , energy , housing ( BrE ), maintenance , performance , space , storage

▪ operational

VERB + REQUIREMENT

▪ have

I have some very simple ~s.

▪ comply with , fit , fulfil/fulfill , match , meet , satisfy , suit

We can arrange a honeymoon to meet your ~s exactly.

▪ exceed

▪ impose , lay down ( esp. BrE ), set out

The government has imposed strict safety ~s on fairground rides.

▪ define , determine , establish , identify , specify

▪ enforce

▪ violate

▪ relax , waive

to relax university entrance ~s ( BrE )

The initial investment ~ is often waived for existing customers.

▪ eliminate

PREPOSITION

▪ for your ~

We grow enough vegetables for our own ~s.

▪ to your ~

Our porches can be designed to your exact ~s.

▪ ~ for

Large buildings have specific ~s for fire-service access.

▪ ~ of

the ~s of the law

PHRASES

▪ subject to the ~s (of sth)

The school can decide which students will be given priority, subject to the ~s of the law.

▪ surplus to ~s (= more than is needed) ( esp. BrE )

Workers at the factory have been told they are surplus to ~s.

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