Bol miktarda suyumuz var. - We have a plentiful supply of water.
Yemekler arasında genellikle bol miktarda şekerleme, dondurma, patlamış mısır ve meyve yiyebiliyor. - Between meals, he usually manages to stow away a generous supply of candy, ice cream, popcorn and fruit.
means a person who is a manufacturer, processor or packager of a controlled product or a person who, in the course of business, imports or sells controlled products
A company that offers for sale, usually through distributors, Promotional Products it manufacturers or imprints according to buyer specifications Also known as a manufacturer
A person who: Refines, distills, manufactures, produces or blends for sale or distribution, diesel fuel in this state Imports or exports diesel fuel other than in the fuel supply tanks of motor vehicles Sells or delivers diesel fuel in bulk quantities to dealers, users, aviation fuel dealers, or other suppliers, or Is engaged in the business of selling or delivering diesel fuel in bulk quantities to consumers for non-highway uses
A supplier is a person, company, or organization that sells or supplies something such as goods or equipment to customers. Hillsdown Holdings, one of the UK's biggest food suppliers. suppliers a company or person that provides a particular product supplier of
A supplier is the provider of a product or service (such as information or data) to the organization
A book dealer who buys from the publisher and sells to a consumer Also known as vendor or jobber Working with a supplier minimizes the time-consuming procedures associated with item-by-item ordering Unfortunately some publishers refuse to work with a vendor
Player supplying at least one final consumer with energy that it has either generated itself or purchased in the market
In a transaction, the party that produces, provides, or furnishes an item or service
One who agrees to provide accommodation, food, clothing, or other essential goods or services for people affected by disaster, as requested by Emergency Social Services personnel
An organization that enters into a contract with the acquirer for the supply of a system, software product or software service under the terms of the contract (Note: The term "supplier" is synonymous with contractor, producer, seller, or vendor )
(Ticaret) An entity who supplies goods or services; often used synonymously with vendor but may also indicate an internal company resource
A person or corporation, generator, broker, marketer, aggregator or any other entity, that sells electricity to customers, using the transmission or distribution facilities of an electric distribution company (EDC)
A type, class or component that provides services that can be invoked by others Synonym: server object [OMA] Contrast: client
any person other than a licensed distributor who transports special fuel into this state or receives special fuel transported to him from outside the state, and a person engaged in Illinois in the distribution of special fuel primarily by tank car or tank truck, or both, and who operates an Illinois bulk plant where he has active bulk storage capacity of not less than 30,000 gallons for special fuel
(Ticaret) A supplier evaluation based on quality, delivery performance, price, involvement in process improvement programs and other parameters that often results in vendor classifications such as preferred, approved (qualified) or unsatisfactory
The development, manufacturing, verification, and deployment personnel that define, design, code, fabricate, assemble, integrate, verify, test, deliver and/or install system end items, and safely dispose of the by-products of their activities
the operations normally involved in furnishing, providing, affording or distributing items of supply to a user to satisfy stated requirements The function includes all actions from the initial determination of requirements as to kind and quality through testing, standardization, adoption, modification, procurement, acceptance, receipt, storage, issue, maintenance, distribution, salvage, reissue, disposal, accountability, responsibility and stock control
If you supply someone with something that they want or need, you give them a quantity of it. an agreement not to produce or supply chemical weapons. a pipeline which will supply the major Greek cities with Russian natural gas. the blood vessels supplying oxygen to the brain
The amount of goods available in the market to be sold at a given price The term is often coupled with demand supply and demand The appraisal principle that follows the interrelationship of the supply of and demand for real estate As appraising is based on economic concepts, this principle recognizes that real property is subject to the influences of the marketplace just as is any other commodity (See appraisal, demand)
You can use supplies to refer to food, equipment, and other essential things that people need, especially when these are provided in large quantities. What happens when food and gasoline supplies run low? 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. The brain requires a constant supply of oxygen Most urban water supplies in the United States now contain fluoride in varying amounts
A material item of an expendable nature that is consumed, wears out, or deteriorates in use; or one that loses its identity through fabrication or incorporation into a different but more complex unit or substance
To fill up, or keep full; to furnish with what is wanted; to afford, or furnish with, a sufficiency; as, rivers are supplied by smaller streams; an aqueduct supplies an artificial lake; often followed by with before the thing furnished; as, to supply a furnace with fuel; to supply soldiers with ammunition
If something is in short supply, there is very little of it available and it is difficult to find or obtain. Food is in short supply all over the country. money supply supply and demand supply side economics water supply system
(Ticaret) A tier 1 supplier is the immediate or primary set of vendors directly used by a company, and tier 2 is a vendor to tier 1. In some industries the final customers or dominant chain partners are consolidating (reducing) their number of tier 1 suppliers, and requiring proof of the communications and fulfillment capabilities between tier 1 and tier 2
[ s&-'plI ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English supplien, from Middle French soupleier, from Latin supplEre to fill up, supplement, supply, from sub- up + plEre to fill; more at SUB-, FULL.
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