provide englannista suomeksi
To make a living; earn money for necessities.
To establish as a previous condition; to stipulate.
To give what is needed or desired, especially basic needs.
(quote-book)|author=(w)|publisher=The Penguin Press|year=2006|ISBN=1594200823|passage=Humans provided the animals with food and protection in exchange for which the animals provided the humans their milk, eggs, and—yes—their flesh.|page=320
To furnish (with), cause to be present.
- Rome (..) was generally well provided with corn.
To make possible or attainable.
(RQ:Jonson Sejanu), Act 5, Scene 10, in Gifford’s 1816 edition volume III page 144
(quote-book)|title=(w)|section=''Dedication'', in Gifford’s 1816 edition volume III page 164|passage=As for those that will (by faults which charity hath raked up, or common honesty concealed) make themselves a name with the multitude, or, to draw their rude and beastly claps, care not whose living faces they intrench with their petulant styles, may they do it without a rival, for me! I choose rather to live graved in obscurity, than share with them in so preposterous a fame. Nor can I blame the wishes of those severe and wise patriots, who providing the hurts these licentious spirits may do in a state, desire rather to see fools and devils, and those antique relics of barbarism retrieved, with all other ridiculous and exploded follies, than behold the wounds of private men, of princes and nations
To appoint to an ecclesiastical benefice before it is vacant. See ''provisor''.
(RQ:Prescott Ferdinand and Isabella)