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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To ask for urgently or peremptorily: demand an investigation into the murder; demanding that he leave immediately; demanded to speak to the manager.
- verb-transitive: To claim as just or due: demand repayment of a loan.
- verb-transitive: To ask to be informed of: I demand a reason for this interruption.
- verb-transitive: To require as useful, just, proper, or necessary; call for: a gem that demands a fine setting.
- verb-transitive: Law To summon to court.
- verb-transitive: Law To claim formally; lay legal claim to.
- verb-intransitive: To make a demand.
- noun: The act of demanding.
- noun: Something demanded: granted the employees' demands.
- noun: An urgent requirement or need: the heavy demands of her job; the emotional demands of his marriage; an increased oxygen demand.
- noun: The state of being sought after: in great demand as a speaker.
- noun: Economics The desire to possess a commodity or make use of a service, combined with the ability to purchase it.
- noun: Economics The amount of a commodity or service that people are ready to buy for a given price: Supply should rise to meet demand.
- noun: Computer Science A coding technique in which a command to read or write is initiated as the need for a new block of data occurs, thus eliminating the need to store data.
- noun: Law A formal claim.
- noun: Archaic An emphatic question or inquiry.
- idiom: on demand When presented for payment: a note payable on demand.
- idiom: on demand When needed or asked for: fed the baby on demand.
- the worker's demands darbininkų reikalavimai