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necessary /ˈnesəsəri, ˈnesɪsəri $ -seri/ adjective

لازم ، واجب ، ضروری ، بایسته ، بایا
- needed, compulsory, essential, imperative, indispensable, mandatory, obligatory, required, requisite, vital
- certain, fated, inescapable, inevitable, inexorable, unavoidable
Antonyms: unnecessary
Contrasted words: insignificant, unessential, unimportant
Related Words: compelling, compulsory, constraining, mandatory, obligatory, important, momentous, significant, cardinal, fundamental, inerrable, inerrant, infallible, unerring
English Thesaurus: necessary, essential, vital, compulsory, obligatory, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. necessary1 S2 W1 /ˈnesəsəri, ˈnesɪsəri $ -seri/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: necessity, the necessaries, the necessary; verb: necessitate; adverb: necessarilyunnecessarily; adjective: necessaryunnecessary]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Latin; Origin: necessarius, from necesse 'necessary', from ne- 'not' + cedere 'to give up']

1. something that is necessary is what you need to have or need to do ⇒ essential:
The booklet provides all the necessary information about the college.
No further changes were considered necessary.
absolutely/really necessary
The police are advising motorists to travel only if their journey is absolutely necessary.
it is necessary (for somebody) to do something
It’s not necessary to wear a tie.
The doctor says it may be necessary for me to have an operation.
make it necessary (for somebody) to do something
Falling profits made it necessary to restructure the business.
necessary for (doing) something
A good diet is necessary for maintaining a healthy body.
if/when/where necessary
I’ll stay up all night, if necessary, to get it finished.

In everyday English, instead of saying it is necessary for somebody to do something, people usually say that someone has to do something:
The doctor says it might be necessary for me to have an operation. ➔ The doctor says I might have to have an operation.

2. necessary connection/consequence etc a connection, result etc that must exist and cannot be avoided:
The closure of the factory was a necessary consequence of increased competition from abroad.

3. a necessary evil something bad or unpleasant that you have to accept in order to achieve what you want:
Mr Hurst regarded work as a necessary evil.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. necessary2 noun

1. necessaries [plural] things such as food or basic clothes that you need in order to live

2. do the necessary British English spoken to do what is necessary:
Leave it to me – I’ll do the necessary.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, prove, seem | become | remain | make sth The cold weather has made it necessary to protect the crops.
consider sth, feel sth, find sth, regard sth as, see sth as, think sth Make any alterations you consider necessary. You may find it necessary to readjust the wheels from time to time.
ADV. really, strictly I was determined not to stay in hospital for any longer than was strictly necessary.
absolutely | causally, logically
PREP. for qualifications which are necessary for work with the under-fives
PHRASES if necessary These measures will be enforced, if necessary, by the army.
as/when/where necessary We are here to give help and support when necessary.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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