demand

demands

Substantiv
ALLMÄNT
the act of demanding
  • "the kidnapper's exorbitant demands for money"
  • "We are not able to meet the demand"
  • "there is a demand for jobs"
  • "There is a growing demand for technology that is simpler to use"
  • "The manager granted the employees' demands"
  • "You can't give in to her demands all the time"
ekonomi
the ability and desire to purchase goods and services
  • "the demand exceeded the supply"
  • "the automobile reduced the demand for buggywhips"
  • "Supply should rise to meet demand"
  • "Supply and demand"
juridik
begäran
  • "The landowner can make a written demand for compensation"
ekonomi
plural: fordringar
  • "If there were any demands against him he was ready to settle it"
  • "They received a final demand for payment"
ALLMÄNT
an urgent or peremptory request
  • "his demands for attention were unceasing"
  • "Good nurses are always in great demand"
  • "The demand for energy plays an important role"



remand

Substantiv
The act of sending an accused person back into custody to await trial (or the continuation of the trial)

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Verb
  • "This dinner demands a spectacular dessert"
  • "This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"
request urgently and forcefully
  • "She demanded to see the manager"
  • "The boss demanded that he be fired immediately"
  • "The victim's family is demanding compensation"
claim as due or just
  • "The bank demanded payment of the loan"

Synonymer

lay legal claim to
summon to court
ask to be informed of: "
  • "I demand an explanation""
ekonomi

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