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requisite

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrequisitereq‧ui‧site1 /ˈrekwəzət/ adjective [only before noun] formal  NEEDneeded for a particular purpose syn necessary, required He lacks the requisite qualifications.see thesaurus at necessary
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requisiteIf the patient had the requisite capacity, they are bound by his decision.In any case it would first of all be necessary to demarcate the requisite number of super-constituencies.His particular school features the requisite punches and kicks.The wife signed the requisite security document.Instead of staying the requisite two years I came home after just nine months.
requisiterequisite2 noun [countable usually plural]  formalNEED something that is needed for a particular purposerequisite of/for He lacked the moral requisites for marriage. prerequisite
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requisiteAwful places have come to be seen as almost a requisite for a Great Group.For many young academics they provide the first step in the ladder of publications, now an essential requisite for career advancement.Access is not the only requisite in the countryside.In conclusion I will make some comments on the requisites for effective rules relating to the control of armed conflicts.If these requisites of work discipline were not satisfied the workshop was closed and the equipment relocated.requisite of/forAwful places have come to be seen as almost a requisite for a Great Group.Much that has been written is to be discarded if one incorporates naivete as requisite for creative work.For many young academics they provide the first step in the ladder of publications, now an essential requisite for career advancement.He has none of the talents requisite for the Orator, but in public debate is confused and irregular.By their nature such inquiries do not fit one of the requisites of classical adjudication, which has been termed strong responsiveness.In conclusion I will make some comments on the requisites for effective rules relating to the control of armed conflicts.If these requisites of work discipline were not satisfied the workshop was closed and the equipment relocated.
From Longman Business Dictionaryrequisitereq‧ui‧site /ˈrekwəzət/ adjective [only before a noun] formal needed for a particular purposeThe financiers may be willing to step in and provide the requisite guarantees.
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