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NOUN (4)

1. a stipulated condition;
- Example: "he accepted subject to one provision"
[syn: provision, proviso]

2. the activity of supplying or providing something;
[syn: provision, supply, supplying]

3. the cognitive process of thinking about what you will do in the event of something happening;
- Example: "his planning for retirement was hindered by several uncertainties"
[syn: planning, preparation, provision]

4. a store or supply of something (especially of food or clothing or arms);


VERB (1)

1. supply with provisions;
[syn: provision, purvey]

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6 definitions retrieved:

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Provision \Pro*vi"sion\, n. [L. provisio: cf. F. provision. See Provide.] 1. The act of providing, or making previous preparation. --Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. That which is provided or prepared; that which is brought together or arranged in advance; measures taken beforehand; preparation. [1913 Webster] Making provision for the relief of strangers. --Bacon. [1913 Webster] 3. Especially, a stock of food; any kind of eatables collected or stored; -- often in the plural. [1913 Webster] And of provisions laid in large, For man and beast. --Milton. [1913 Webster] 4. That which is stipulated in advance; a condition; a previous agreement; a proviso; as, the provisions of a contract; the statute has many provisions. [1913 Webster] 5. (R. C. Ch.) A canonical term for regular induction into a benefice, comprehending nomination, collation, and installation. [1913 Webster] 6. (Eng. Hist.) A nomination by the pope to a benefice before it became vacant, depriving the patron of his right of presentation. --Blackstone. [1913 Webster]
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Provision \Pro*vi"sion\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Provisioned; p. pr. & vb. n. Provisioning.] To supply with food; to victual; as, to provision a garrison. [1913 Webster] They were provisioned for a journey. --Palfrey. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

provision n 1: a stipulated condition; "he accepted subject to one provision" [syn: provision, proviso] 2: the activity of supplying or providing something [syn: provision, supply, supplying] 3: the cognitive process of thinking about what you will do in the event of something happening; "his planning for retirement was hindered by several uncertainties" [syn: planning, preparation, provision] 4: a store or supply of something (especially of food or clothing or arms) v 1: supply with provisions [syn: provision, purvey]
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

269 Moby Thesaurus words for "provision": TLC, abundance, accommodation, accordance, accumulation, amassment, anticipation, arrangement, award, awarding, backlog, basic training, bestowal, bestowment, board, boundary condition, bread, bread and butter, briefing, budget, bunker, care, catch, cater, catering, cheer, clause, clearing the decks, coal, collection, comestibles, commissariat, commissary, communication, concession, condition, conferment, conferral, contemplation, contribution, cornucopia, creature comfort, cuisine, cumulation, daily bread, deliverance, delivery, demand, dine, discretion, donation, donnee, dump, eatables, economic support, edibles, endowment, envisagement, envisionment, equipment, escalator clause, escape clause, escape hatch, exception, familiarization, fare, farseeingness, farsightedness, fast food, feast, feed, fill up, fine print, fitting out, fixing, fodder, food, food and drink, foodstuff, foodstuffs, forage, forearming, forecast, foreglance, foregleam, foreglimpse, forehandedness, foreseeing, foresight, foresightedness, forethought, forethoughtfulness, foundation, fuel, furnishing, furnishment, gas, gas up, gifting, given, giving, grant, granting, grass, gratify, graze, groceries, grounds, groundwork, health food, heap, hoard, hooker, impartation, impartment, ingesta, insurance, inventory, investiture, joker, junk food, keep, kicker, kitchen stuff, larder, liberality, limiting condition, livelihood, living, longsightedness, looking ahead, maintenance, makeready, making ready, manna, manufacture, mass, material, materials, materiel, measures, meat, mess, mobilization, mothering, munitions, nourishment, nurture, obligation, offer, oil, outfitting, parameter, pasture, pile, planning, plenitude, plenty, prearrangement, precaution, precautions, precautiousness, prediction, preliminaries, preliminary, preliminary act, preliminary step, prep, preparation, preparatory study, preparing, prepping, prepublication, prerequisite, presentation, presentment, pretreatment, preventive measure, preview, prevision, price support, processing, propaedeutic, prospect, prospection, protection, provender, providence, providing, provisioning, provisionment, provisions, proviso, prudence, purvey, purveyance, qualification, quantity, rations, readiness, readying, regale, repertoire, repertory, requirement, requisite, reservation, restriction, rick, safeguard, sagacity, satisfy, saving clause, sell, sine qua non, small print, spadework, specification, spread, stack, staples, steps, steps and measures, stipulation, stock, stock-in-trade, stockpile, stocks, store, stores, string, strings, subscription, subsidization, subsidy, subsistence, subvention, supplies, supply, supply on hand, supplying, support, surrender, sustain, sustainment, sustenance, sustentation, table, tender loving care, term, terms, top off, training, treasure, treasury, treatment, trial, tryout, tucker, ultimatum, upkeep, viands, victual, victuals, vittles, vouchsafement, warm-up, whereas, wine and dine
Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856):

PROVISION, com. law. The property which a drawer of a bill of exchange places in the hands of a drawee; as, for example, by remittances, or when the drawee is indebted to the drawer when the bill becomes due, provision is said to have been made. Acceptance always presumes a provision. See Code de Comm. art. 115, 116, 117.
Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856):

PROVISION, French law. An allowance granted by a judge to a party for his support; which is to be paid before there is a definitive judgment. In a civil case, for example, it is an allowance made to a wife who is separated from her husband. Dict. de Jurisp. h.t.