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demand /dɪˈmɑːnd $ dɪˈmænd/ noun


درخواست کردن ، نیاز احتیاج ، خواستارشدن ، درخواست ، طلب ، تقاضا کردن ، تقاضا ، نیاز ، مطالبه کردن ، الکترونیک: تقاضا ، عمران: تقاضا ، معماری: درخواست ، قانون ـ فقه: تقاضای خرید کالا ، روانشناسی: خواست ، بازرگانی: تقاضا کردن ، تقاضا ، علوم نظامی: تقاضا
مهندسی صنایع: تقاضا ، مطالبه ، خواسته مهندسی صنایع: فروش/خرید/تدارکات: تقاضا الکترونیک: تقاضا ، تجارت خارجی: مطالبه ، تقاضا ، مطالبه کردن ، تقاضای خرید کالا ، حقوق: درخواست ، تقاضا ، مطالبه ، تقاضا کردن ، بازرگانی: درخواست ، معماری: درخواست کردن ، تقاضا کردن ، نیاز احتیاج ، تقاضا ، علوم نظامی: تقاضا ، عمران: خواست ، روانشناسی: تقاضا ، الکترونیک: تقاضا ، اقتصاد: خواستارشدن ، درخواست ، مطالبه ، طلب ، تقاضا کردن ، تقاضا، نیاز، مطالبه کردن کامپیوتر: تقاضا

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

demand
[verb]
Synonyms:
- request, ask, challenge, inquire, interrogate, question
- require, call for, cry out for, entail, involve, necessitate, need, want
- claim, exact, expect, insist on, order
[noun]
Synonyms:
- request, inquiry, order, question, requisition
- need, call, claim, market, requirement, want
Contrasted words: cede, relinquish, resign, waive, allow, concede, grant, give, offer, tender
Related Idioms: need (or want), doing, stand in need of
Related Words: ask, request, bid, charge, command, direct, enjoin, order, cite, summon, summons, coerce, compel, constrain, force, oblige, necessitate, fail, lack, need, want
English Thesaurus: ask for, order, demand, request, beg/plead, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. demand1 S2 W1 /dɪˈmɑːnd $ dɪˈmænd/ noun
[Word Family: noun: demand, demands; verb: demand; adjective: demandingUNDEMANDING]

1. [singular, uncountable] the need or desire that people have for particular goods and services:
Production is increasing faster than demand.
demand for
the demand for new housing
in demand (=wanted)
As a speaker he was always in demand.supply and demand

2. [countable] a very firm request for something that you believe you have the right to get:
demonstrations in support of the nationalists’ demands
demand for
their demand for higher salaries
demand that
demands that he should resign

3. demands [plural] the difficult, annoying, or tiring things that you need to do, or a skill you need to have
demands of
the demands of modern life
demands on
The curriculum makes great demands on the teacher.
There are heavy demands on people’s time these days.
place/put demands on/upon somebody/something
the increased demands placed on police officers

4. popular demand when a lot of people have asked for something to be done, performed etc
by/due to popular demand (=because of popular demand)
The exhibition will run for an extra week, due to popular demand.

5. on demand formal whenever someone asks:
Should you feed your baby on demand, or stick to a timetable?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. demand2 W2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: demand, demands; verb: demand; adjective: demandingUNDEMANDING]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: demander, from Latin mandare 'to order']

1. to ask for something very firmly, especially because you think you have a right to do this:
Angry demonstrators demanded the resignation of two senior officials.
demand to know/see/have etc something
I demand to know what’s going on.
demand that
They demanded that the military government free all political prisoners.
demand something of somebody
It seemed that no matter what she did, more was demanded of her.
‘Where are you going?’ she demanded angrily.
Do not say ‘demand for something’. Say demand something: I demand my money back! (NOT I demand for my money back!)

2. if one thing demands another, it needs that thing in order to happen or be done successfully:
Too many things demanded his attention at the same time.
It’s a desperate situation demanding a desperate remedy.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

demand
noun
I. firm request
ADJ. legitimate, realistic, reasonable I think your demand for higher wages is perfectly reasonable.
unrealistic, unreasonable | radical | urgent | central, key, main, major | fresh, new, renewed There have been renewed demands for the government to take action to reduce crime.
growing, increasing | final A final demand for payment had been issued.
written | financial, political | government, opposition, popular, public, royal, union The management had no intention of meeting union demands.
pay, ransom, tax, wage A ransom demand has been made for the kidnapped racehorse.
VERB + DEMAND issue, make, present, press, put forward Demands have been made for the immediate distribution of food to the refugees.
renew, repeat, step up Campaigners have stepped up their demands for immediate government action.
face | respond to | agree to, give in to, meet, satisfy, yield to My government cannot give in to the demands of an illegal organization.
reject, resist
PREP. on ~ Campaigners insist that abortion should be available on demand.
~ for, ~ from demands from the opposition for a recount of the votes

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

demand
II. need/desire for goods/services
ADJ. big, buoyant, considerable, enormous, great, heavy, high, huge, insatiable, peak, strong, unprecedented Demand for the product is buoyant. There's always a great demand for our soups in winter.
burgeoning, growing, increased/increasing, rising | excess, extra | constant, steady She is in constant demand to make public appearances and give interviews.
changing, fluctuating, seasonal | current, future | latent, likely, pent-up, potential, projected, prospective | overall, total We can estimate that total market demand for electrical goods will rise by 8%.
declining, falling, limited, low, reduced, sluggish | consumer, customer, market, popular, public By popular demand, the play will run for another week.
domestic, export, foreign, local, world, worldwide The slowdown in domestic demand was offset by an increase in exports.
electricity, energy, housing, labour, etc.
QUANT. level a high level of demand
VERB + DEMAND cope with, meet, satisfy The factories are staying open all weekend to try to meet the consumer demand for this product.
create, generate It is the job of the marketing manager to create demand for the new product.
boost, increase, stimulate | reduce | exceed, outstrip Supply normally exceeds demand for the bulk of consumer goods.
forecast It can be difficult to forecast demand in the construction industry.
manage policies aimed at managing demand
DEMAND + VERB grow, increase, rise Demand for personal computers has risen sharply.
decline, fall, slow (down) As demand slows, the need to export will return.
PREP. in ~ These old machines are still in demand.
~ among the potential demand among children
~ for increased demand for health products
~ from the demand from consumers
~ on This section of the population makes a high demand on health care resources.
PHRASES supply and demand the law of supply and demand
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

demand
III. demands: difficult/tiring things you have to do
ADJ. considerable, enormous, excessive, extra, great, heavy, high, impossible I think the demands of this job are excessive.
exacting, pressing | growing, increasing | competing, conflicting, contradictory | day-to-day, everyday the day-to-day demands of the job
immediate the need for scientific research freed from the immediate demands of industry
external The person who cannot say ‘no’ to others' requests is likely to be overwhelmed by external demands.
economic, emotional, financial, physical, practical, sexual, social, technical Life is hard for nurses on children's wards, where the emotional demands can be overwhelming.
VERB + DEMAND impose, make, place My elderly parents make a lot of demands on me.
respond to | cope with coping with the conflicting demands of work and family life
PREP. ~ on/upon My work seems to make more and more demands on my time.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

demand
verb
ADV. aggressively, angrily, coldly, fiercely, furiously, harshly, indignantly, irritably, roughly, sharply ‘Where are the keys?’ she demanded angrily.
PREP. from He had demanded money from her.
of They failed to provide the information demanded of them.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

demand

high (=a lot of people want something)
Demand for housing is higher than ever.
low (=not many people want something)
Recently the demand for new cars has been relatively low.
a big demand
There’s always a big demand for photographs of celebrities.
a great/huge demand (=very big)
There is a huge demand for business software and services.
increased/increasing/growing demand
One of the problems is the growing demand for housing.
falling demand (=decreasing)
the falling demand for coal
consumer demand (=the desire of consumers to buy goods)
Consumer demand for new technology is strong.
meet/satisfy demand (=supply as much as people need or want)
There are reports that the company cannot produce enough to meet demand.
keep up with demand (also keep pace with demand) (=satisfy the demand)
Public funding for higher education has not kept up with demand.
cope with demand (=satisfy demand)
The existing services were not capable of coping with the demand for advice.
increase/boost demand
A very hard winter boosted the demand for natural gas.
reduce demand
Higher interest rates reduces the demand for credit.
demand rises/increases
Demand for energy has continued to rise.
demand falls (=becomes lower)
Demand for the products has fallen in the last six months.
be much in demand (also be in great demand) (=be wanted by a lot of people)
Fuel-efficient cars are now much in demand.
supply outstrips/exceeds demand (=more is available than people need or want)
In the 1980s, the supply of grain far exceeded the demand.
a lack of demand
Many factories closed through lack of demand.
a surge in demand (=a sudden increase)
There’s often a surge in demand for the Internet at the weekend.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

demand
I.
noun
BAD: The demand of butter has decreased in recent years.
GOOD: The demand for butter has decreased in recent years.

Usage Note:
a demand for sth (NOT of ): 'Ford has increased production to meet the demand for its new range of cars.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

demand
II.
verb
BAD: In my new job I am demanded to work overtime.
GOOD: In my new job I am required to work overtime.

Usage Note:
If you have to do something because of a rule, law etc, you are required to do it: 'Under the law the President is required to notify Congress when US troops face imminent hostilities.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

demand
dɪˈmɑ:nd
See: in demand

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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