requisition - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "requisition" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

requisition / реквизировать
requisition, commandeer, confiscate, impress, embargo, bring into requisition
имя существительное
requisition, confiscation, impressment
bid, application, request, claim, proposal, requisition
demand, requirement, request, claim, call, requisition
demand, inquiry, request, market, run, requisition
официальное предписание
имя существительное
an official order laying claim to the use of property or materials.
I had to make various requisitions for staff and accommodations
demand the use or supply of, especially by official order and for military or public use.
the government had assumed powers to requisition cereal products at fixed prices
He also aspired to the role of executioner, warning McLoughlin that if he was not gone in three months he would requisition a shareholders’ meeting to remove him ‘unceremoniously’.
Mehmetçik escapes from a forced labour battalion and becomes a famous bandit, while Adulhamid Hodja dies of a broken heart when soldiers requisition his horse.
The chaos of the past has given way to an ordered structure where if you want to get a pen, you have to fill in a stationery requisition form in triplicate.
When you requisition those parts for a ship or something I thought it was something for a science project.
He actually apologized for the delay in the last requisition .
Even though the company plans to hire 4,500 people worldwide this quarter, ‘I still approve every requisition in the company for head count,’ he says.
the government had assumed powers to requisition cereal products at fixed prices
They tell me I have to send a work requisition and that they are going to mail me the form.
Tanj grinned back at him; ‘Oh, its simple, really; all you have to do is submit a requisition for my time, in triplicate, justifying the need, and get Jenka to sign it.’
Alicia, I hate to do this to you after all the work you did to requisition those spare cots for our refugees, but it turns out we won't need them.