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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
request (noun)
1.
the act or an instance of asking for something
2.
something asked for - granted her request
3.
the condition or fact of being - requested available on request
4.
the state of being sought after - demand
request (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to make a request to or of - requested her to write a paper
2.
to ask as a favor or privilege - requests to be excused
3.
obsolete to ask (a person) to come or go to a thing or place
4.
to ask for - requested a brief delay ask
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
request (noun)
1.
an act or instance of asking for information
SYNONIMS:
call, inquiry, query, request
RELATED WORDS:
interrogatory; poll, questionnaire, survey; inquisition, interrogating, interrogation, questioning; examination, exploration, inquest, investigation, probe, probing, research, study
NEAR ANTONYMS:
answer, reply, response
request (noun)
2.
the state of being sought after especially for purchase
SYNONIMS:
call, market, request
RELATED WORDS:
bear market, bull market; buyer's market, seller's market
request (verb)
1.
to give a request or demand for
SYNONIMS:
ask (for), put in (for), request, requisition
RELATED WORDS:
commission, solicit; charter, hire, license ( licence)
request (verb)
2.
to make a request for
SYNONIMS:
bespeak, call (for), desire, plead (for), quest, request, seek, solicit, speak (for), sue (for)
RELATED WORDS:
apply (for), beg (for), claim, clamor (for), importune, urge, wish (for); demand, enjoin, exact, insist (on), petition (for), press (for), require, requisition; invite, invoke
request (verb)
3.
to make a request of
SYNONIMS:
hit (up), request, solicit
RELATED WORDS:
appeal (to), beg, beseech, conjure, entreat, implore, importune, invite, invoke, petition, plead (to), pray, supplicate; demand, enjoin, exact, press, require
NEAR ANTONYMS:
coerce, compel, constrain, force, oblige, require
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