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Demand Noun Synonyms
require, order, bid, call (for), insist, command
I demand that you retract that remark! She demanded to know where he was going.

want, need, requirement, desire, market (demand), marketability, consumer or customer acceptance
The demand for our products is low at the moment.

Demand Verb Synonyms
claim, ask (for), require, insist on, exact
They had paid for tickets and demanded entrance.

require, call for, need, want, necessitate, cry out for
This superb dish demands an excellent claret.

request, bid, behest, requisition, order, insistence, outcry
Our demand for service went unheeded.

ask (for), inquire or enquire, request, requisition
We demanded help from the police.

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Want / Need / Order

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)

Business / Agriculture / Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD): A measure of the amount of oxygen consumed by natural, biological processes that break down organic matter, such as those that take place when manure or sawdust is put in water. High levels of oxygen- MORE

Precautionary Demand (For Money)

Business / Finance / Precautionary Demand (For Money): The need to meet unexpected or extraordinary contingencies with a buffer stock of cash. MORE

Money Market Demand Account (MMDA)

Business / Finance / Money Market Demand Account (MMDA): An account that pays interest based on short-term interest rates. MORE

Speculative Demand (For Money)

Business / Finance / Speculative Demand (For Money): Purchasing risky investments that present the possibility of large profits, but also pose a higher-than-average possibility of loss. A profitable strategy over the long term if undertaken by professio MORE

Transaction Demand (For Money)

Business / Finance / Transaction Demand (For Money): The delivery of a security by a seller and its acceptance by the buyer. MORE

Video On-Demand (VOD)

Technology / Television (TV) / Video On-Demand (VOD): Allows VCR-type control of broadcast or cable programs, or video and movies offered on a PPV basis. MORE