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Demand

Pronunciation of Demand
/dɪmˈand/, /dɪmˈand/, /d_ɪ_m_ˈa_n_d/

Antonyms for demand:

supply.

Synonyms for demand:

Sense 1

grill, cry out for, put in for, ask after, inquire into, insist on something, quiz, apply, nickel-and-dime, send for, inquire of, imposition, clarion call, sponge off, cross question, order out, cadge, send out for, hit for, invoice, ask for, send away for, exaction, begging bowl, call-in, panhandle, pretension, order in, hit up.

Sense 2

canvass, open invitation, sos, sue, market, bombard, dun, tax, pressure, bum, interrogate, pleading, cross examine, reorder, ply with.

Sense 3

clamor, fire, entail, put to, law, challenge, quote, poll, tackle.

Sense 4

call on, write off, interview, bill, Exigence, cry.

Sense 5

commission, survey, application, exigency, depend on.

Sense 7

approach.

Sense 9

charge.

Sense 12

order.

Sense 14

call.

apply

put in for.

charge

price.

question

ask.

request

hit for.

require

take.

Sense 1 (noun)

charge, order, call.

Sense 2 (noun)

market.

Sense 3 (noun)

insist on something, ask for.

Sense 5 (noun)

interrogate, interview, entail, put to.

Sense 6 (noun)

depend on, cry out for.

appeal (noun)

solicitation.

approval (noun)

popularity.

command (noun)

obligation, bidding.

condition (noun)

sine qua non.

desire (noun)

want.

difficulty (noun)

exigency.

obligation (noun)

constraint, requirement, must, compulsion, obligation, necessity, mandate, inexorability.

request (noun)

solicitation, summons, invitation, desire, appeal, inquiry, question, wish, requisition, plea, probe, bid, want, entreaty, urge, petition, query, request.

requirement (noun)

requirement.

oblige (verb)

constrain, require, necessitate, accommodate, oblige, need, indulge, favor.

order (verb)

pull rank, bidding.

request (verb)

invite, summon, seek, inquire, solicit, plead.

require (verb)

crave, take, ask, involve, cry out for.

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