requisite

  • 1 requisite — req‧ui‧site [ˈrekwzt] adjective [only before a noun] formal needed for a particular purpose: • The financiers may be willing to step in and provide the requisite guarantees. * * * Ⅰ. requisite UK US /ˈrekwɪzɪt/ adjective [before noun] FORMAL …

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  • 2 requisite — [rek′wə zit] adj. [L requisitus, pp. of requirere: see REQUIRE] required, as by circumstances; necessary for some purpose; indispensable [the requisite supplies for a journey] n. something requisite SYN. ESSENTIAL, NEED …

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  • 3 Requisite — Req ui*site, a. [L. requisitus, p. p. requirere; pref. re re + quaerere to ask. See {Require}.] Required by the nature of things, or by circumstances; so needful that it can not be dispensed with; necessary; indispensable. [1913 Webster] All… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 requisite — adj *needful, necessary, indispensable, essential Analogous words: compelled or compulsory, constrained, obliged or obligatory (see corresponding verbs at FORCE): fundamental, *essential, cardinal, vital requisite n *requirement …

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  • 5 Requisite — Req ui*site (r?k w? z?t), n. That which is required, or is necessary; something indispensable. [1913 Webster] God, on his part, has declared the requisites on ours; what we must do to obtain blessings, is the great business of us all to know.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 requisite — I adjective basic, binding, called for, compulsory, crying, demanded, entailed, essential, exigent, expedient, imperative, important, in demand, incumbent on, indispensable, ineluctable, inevasible, instant, mandatory, must, necessahus, necessary …

    Law dictionary

  • 7 requisite — late 15c., from L. requisitus, pp. of requirere (see REQUIRE (Cf. require)) …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 8 requisite — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ made necessary by particular circumstances or regulations. ► NOUN ▪ a thing that is necessary for the achievement of a specified end. ORIGIN Latin requisitus searched for, deemed necessary , from requirere require …

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  • 9 Requisite — Das fiktive Buch Necronomicon aus der Horror und Fantasyliteratur als Requisite Ein Requisit (von lat. requisitum „erforderliches Ding“) ist ein beweglicher Gegenstand, der zur Ausstattung von Szenen in Theateraufführungen oder in Film und… …

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  • 10 requisite — [[t]re̱kwɪzɪt[/t]] requisites 1) ADJ: usu the ADJ n You can use requisite to indicate that something is necessary for a particular purpose. [FORMAL] She filled in the requisite paperwork. Syn: required 2) N COUNT: usu with supp A requisite is… …

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  • 11 requisite — req|ui|site1 [ˈrekwızıt] adj [only before noun] formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of requirere; REQUIRE] needed for a particular purpose = ↑necessary, required ↑required ▪ He lacks the requisite qualifications. requisite …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 12 requisite — requisitely, adv. requisiteness, n. /rek weuh zit/, adj. 1. required or necessary for a particular purpose, position, etc.; indispensable: the requisite skills of an engineer. n. 2. something requisite; a necessary quality, thing, etc. [1425 75;… …

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  • 13 requisite — n. a requisite for * * * [ rekwɪzɪt] a requisite for …

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  • 14 requisite — 1. adjective he lacks the requisite skills Syn: necessary, required, prerequisite, essential, indispensable, vital See note at necessary Ant: optional 2. noun a requisite for a successful career Syn: nece …

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  • 15 requisite — I UK [ˈrekwɪzɪt] / US adjective formal necessary for a particular purpose II UK [ˈrekwɪzɪt] / US noun [countable, often plural] Word forms requisite : singular requisite plural requisites formal something that is necessary for a particular… …

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  • 16 requisite — /ˈrɛkwəzət / (say rekwuhzuht) adjective 1. required by the nature of things or by circumstances; indispensable: he has the requisite qualifications. –noun 2. something requisite; a necessary thing. {late Middle English, from Latin requīsītus,… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 17 requisite — required / requisite [adj] necessary appropriate, called for, compulsatory, compulsory, condign, demanded, deserved, due, enforced, essential, imperative, imperious, indispensable, just, mandatory, needed, needful, obligatory, prerequisite,… …

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  • 18 requisite — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin requisitus, past participle of requirere Date: 15th century essential, necessary • requisite noun • requisiteness noun …

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  • 19 requisite — adj. Requisite is used with these nouns: ↑degree, ↑skill …

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  • 20 requisite — req|ui|site1 [ rekwızıt ] adjective FORMAL necessary for a particular purpose requisite req|ui|site 2 [ rekwızıt ] noun count often plural FORMAL something that is necessary for a particular purpose …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English