English Synonyms and Antonyms
Necessity is the quality of being necessary, or the quality of that which can not but be, become, or be true, or be accepted as true. Need and want always imply a lack; necessity may be used in this sense, but in the higher philosophical sense necessity simply denotes the exclusion of any alternative either in thought or fact; righteousness is a necessity (not a need) of the divine nature. Need suggests the possibility of supplying the deficiency which want expresses; to speak of a person's want of decision merely points out a weakness in his character; to say that he has need of decision implies that he can exercise or attain it. As applied to a deficiency, necessity is more imperative than need; a weary person is in need of rest; when rest becomes a necessity he has no choice but to stop work. An essential is something, as a quality, or element, that belongs to the essence of something else so as to be inseparable from it in its normal condition, or in any complete idea or statement of it. Compare NECESSARY; PREDESTINATION.
The necessity of surrender; a necessity for action; this is a necessity to me.
"the requirements of his work affected his health"; "there were many demands on his time"
necessity, essential, requirement, requisite, necessarynoun
"food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"
something that is required in advance
"Latin was a prerequisite for admission"
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How to use requirement in a sentence?
However, in the absence of such a rule, the willingness of an employer to take account of the wishes of a customer no longer to have the employer’s services provided by a worker wearing an Islamic headscarf cannot be considered an occupational requirement that could rule out discrimination.
Canada will quickly implement the requirement for all arriving passengers to have a negative PCR COVID test three days before arriving in Canada.
Anyone who does not follow the rules will be asked to wear a mask or leave the premises, the Department’s requirement for officers to wear masks is for their health and safety.
People talk about, ‘Well, it’s got to be ISR or it’s got to be strike,’ we actually have a requirement that has all of those roles in our potential design.
In order to obtain a fiancee visa, it is required to demonstrate proof that the U.S. citizen and foreign national have met in person. However, Malik's immigration file does not show sufficient evidence for this requirement.
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- exigència, menester, requisitCatalan, Valencian
- podmínka, požadavekCzech
- exigencia, requisitoSpanish
- contrainte, exigence, demande, besoinFrench
- ज़रूरत, मांगHindi
- պահանջագիր, պահանջմունք, պետքArmenian
- 요구, 要求Korean
- prasība, lūgumsLatvian
- plicht, voorwaarde, vereiste, gevraagdeDutch
- pedido, requisito, exigênciaPortuguese
- cerință, condițieRomanian
- требование, необходимостьRussian
- yêu cầu, 要求Vietnamese
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