need

  1. a condition requiring relief
  2. anything that is necessary but lacking
  3. the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action; the reason for the action
  4. a state of extreme poverty or destitution

Need

A need is something that is necessary for organisms to live a healthy life. Needs are distinguished from wants because a deficiency would cause a clear negative outcome, such as disfunction or death. Needs can be objective and physical, such as food, or they can be subjective and psychological, such as the need for self-esteem. On a social level, ...
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need

(from the article `drive`) in psychology, an urgent basic need pressing for satisfaction, usually rooted in some physiological tension, deficiency, or imbalance (e.g., hunger ... The purchase process is initiated when a consumer becomes aware of a need. This awareness may come from an internal source such as hunger or an ... [2 relat...
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need

[n] - a condition requiring relief 2. [n] - anything that is necessary but lacking 3. [v] - be in want of 4. [v] - have or feel a need for
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Need

• (adv.) Of necessity. See Needs. • (n.) A state that requires supply or relief; pressing occasion for something; necessity; urgent want. • (v. i.) To be wanted; to be necessary. • (n.) Want of the means of subsistence; poverty; indigence; destitution. • (n.) That which is needful; anything necessary to be done; (pl.) neces...
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need

want noun anything that is necessary but lacking; `he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs`; `I tried to supply his wants`
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Need

Need adverb Of necessity. See Needs . [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Need

Need intransitive verb To be wanted; to be necessary. Chaucer. « When we have done it, we have done all that is in our power, and all that needs Locke.
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Need

Need noun [ Middle English need , neod , nede , Anglo-Saxon neád , nȳd ; akin to Dutch nood , German not , noth , Icelandic nauðr , Swedish & Danish nöd , Goth. naups .] 1. A state that requires supply...
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Need

Need transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Needed ; present participle & verbal noun Needing .] [ See Need , noun Confer Anglo-Saxon n...dan to force, Goth. nau...jan .] To be in want...
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need

1. A state that requires supply or relief; pressing occasion for something; necessity; urgent want. 'And the city had no need of the sun.' (Rev. Xxi. 23) 'I have no need to beg.' (Shak) 'Be governed by your needs, not by your fancy.' (Jer. Taylor) ... 2. Want of the means of subsistence; poverty; indigence; destitution. 'Famine is in thy cheeks; Ne...
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Need

A person's requirement for a service, which has been accepted by the organisation providing it.
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