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  • provisions — Provisions. En pluriel signifie les lettres par lesquelles un benefice ou un office est conferé à quelqu un. Obtenir des provisions. prendre des provisions. il n a pas encore ses provisions. il attend ses provisions. les provisions d un office.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • provisions — ● provisions nom féminin pluriel Produits alimentaires ou d entretien dont on se pourvoit : Filet à provisions. ● provisions (expressions) nom féminin pluriel Faire ses provisions, se ravitailler en produits nécessaires à la vie courante. ●… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • provisions — index ammunition, cargo, maintenance (support of spouse), merchandise, stock in trade, store (depository), sustenance …   Law dictionary

  • provisions — supply of food, c.1600; see PROVISION (Cf. provision) …   Etymology dictionary

  • provisions — These are liabilities where the company is uncertain as to the amount or timing of the expected future costs. For example, if a company is subject to a law suit, it may provide now for the expected liability on loss of the law suit. This is an… …   Financial and business terms

  • provisions —   Lako, ō.    ♦ To issue provisions, ho olako, ho ā ipu upu u …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • provisions — n. supplies; food pro·vi·sion || prÉ™ vɪʒn n. supply, stock; act of supplying or furnishing; measure, means; food; condition, stipulation v. supply with stock, equip with supplies (esp. food) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • provisions — supplies of food, drink, or equipment, especially for a journey. → provision …   English new terms dictionary

  • provisions — n. pl. Food, victuals, provender, fare, eatables, viands, supplies …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • Provisions —   The objectives and contents of a EC treaty …   Glossary of the European Union and European Communities

  • provisions — Food for men or animals. 31 Am J2d Exemp §§ 77 79 …   Ballentine's law dictionary