demand

  1. the ability and desire to purchase goods and services
  2. an urgent or peremptory request
  3. a condition requiring relief
  4. required activity

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demand

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-mand′ Definitions: 1. A quantity of a substance, commodity, or service wanted or required.
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Demand

1. The act of offering to buy a product. 2. The quantity offered to buy. 3. The quantities offered to buy at various prices; the demand curve.
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demand

The amount of goods that consumers will buy at a specific price.
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Demand

Demand is the want or need or desire for a product that is backed by an ability to pay. Demand is measured over a given time period. It is determined by a number of factors including income, tastes and the price of complementary and substitute goods.
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demand

[Noun] When a lot of people want to have something. Or, to ask for something with a lot of force.
Example: There was so much demand for tickets to the England game they sold out in less than an hour.
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demand

[n] - the ability and desire to purchase goods and services 2. [n] - an urgent or peremptory request 3. [n] - the act of demanding 4. [v] - lay legal claim to 5. [v] - summon to court 6. [v] - ask to be informed of 7. [v] - claim as due or just 8. [v] - request urgently and forcefully
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Demand

Demand is the want or need or desire for a product that is backed by an ability to pay. Demand is measured over a given time period. It is determined by a number of factors including income, tastes and the price of complementary and substitute goods.
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demand

In economics, the quantity of a product or service that customers want to buy at any given price. Also, the desire for a commodity, together with ability to pay for it. ...
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Demand

The market expression of the desire for housing. It is a compound of needs and aspirations and can be satisfied either by existing housing or by new housing requiring additional land provision.
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Demand

A generic term used to describe any request for action, such as current demand, speed demand.
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Demand

De·mand' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Demanded ; present participle & verbal noun Demanding .] [ French demander , Late Latin demandare to demand, summon, send word, from Latin demandare to give in ...
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Demand

De·mand' intransitive verb To make a demand; to inquire. « The soldiers likewise demanded of him, saying, And what shall we do?» Luke iii. 14.
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Demand

De·mand' noun [ French demande , from demander . See Demand , transitive verb ] 1. The act of demanding; an asking with authority; a peremptory urging of a claim; a claiming or challenging as due; requisition; as, the demand of a creditor; a...
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demand

A quantity of a substance, commodity, or service wanted or required. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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demand

noun the act of demanding; `the kidnapper`s exorbitant demands for money`
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demand

verb claim as due or just; `The bank demanded payment of the loan`
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demand

A relation between each possible price and the quantity demanded at that price. [Aspects of the population doing the demanding are often left implicit. An actual supply is not necessary to conceive of demand because demand involves hypothetical quantities.] Source: macro; micro theory
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demand

(de-mand´) activated only by the absence of an intrinsic cardiac event, used of an artificial pacemaker. See also demand pacemaker.
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Demand

• (v. t.) The asking or seeking for what is due or claimed as due. • (v. t.) A thing or amount claimed to be due. • (v. t.) The act of demanding; an asking with authority; a peremptory urging of a claim; a claiming or challenging as due; requisition; as, the demand of a creditor; a note payable on demand. • (v. t.) The right or ...
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demand

demand, demandable 1. To ask for urgently or peremptorily: demand an investigation into the murder; demanding that he leave immediately; demanded to speak to the manager. 2. To claim as just or due: 'The bank demanded repayment of a loan.' 3. To ask to be informed of: 'I demand a reason for this interruption.' 4. To require as useful, just, proper,...
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Demand

The quantity of trails and greenways or activity desired. The demand (number of visitors in relation to price) for goods or services that cannot be met because of a lack of market capacity to respond to the demand. Demand for trails and greenways that cannot be satisfied with the existing facilities. A demand approach can be used to estimate the ex...
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demand

the magnitude of an electricity supply, expressed in kilowatts or kilovoltamperes
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demand

The rate at which electricity is delivered to or by a system, part of a system, or piece of equipment expressed in kilowatts, kilovoltamperes, or other suitable unit, at a given instant or averaged over a specified period of time.
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Demand

The number of units of a product sold in a market over a period of time. For example, six thousand library books were circulated in Branch X's market area last year.
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