English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to provide (somebody with something): to supply, to equip (somebody with something); to give (something to somebody)
I cannot provide you with any more information. I have told you everything I know.
The picnic will provide an opportunity to meet each other.
UK: I provided delicious vegan food for the wedding.
US: Umbrellas will be provided if it rains.
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- "It provides shelter, but little solace."
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