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Noun: provision  pru'vi-zhun
  1. A stipulated condition
    "he accepted subject to one provision";
    - proviso
  2. The activity of supplying or providing something
    - supply
  3. The cognitive process of thinking about what you will do in the event of something happening
    "his provision for retirement was hindered by several uncertainties";
    - planning, preparation
  4. A store or supply of something (especially of food or clothing or arms)
Verb: provision  pru'vi-zhun
  1. Supply with provisions
    - purvey
  2. Set aside (money etc.) for the future or a known liability

Derived forms: provisions, provisioning, provisioned

Type of: activity, arsenal, cerebration, condition, fund, furnish, intellection, mentation, offer, precondition, provide, render, stipulation, stock, store, supply, thinking, thought, thought process

Encyclopedia: Provision, Canonical