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req·ui·site

 (rĕk′wĭ-zĭt)
adj.
Required; essential. See Synonyms at indispensable.
n.
Something that is indispensable; a requirement: Algebra is a requisite for taking calculus.

[Middle English, from Latin requīsītus, past participle of requīrere, to require; see require.]

req′ui·site·ly adv.
req′ui·site·ness n.

requisite

(ˈrɛkwɪzɪt)
adj
absolutely essential; indispensable
n
something indispensable; necessity
[C15: from Latin requisītus sought after, from requīrere to seek for, require]
ˈrequisitely adv
ˈrequisiteness n

req•ui•site

(ˈrɛk wə zɪt)

adj.
1. required; necessary: requisite skills.
n.
2. something required.
[1425–75; late Middle English < Latin requīsītus, past participle of requīrere to seek; see require, -ite2]
req′ui•site•ly, adv.
req′ui•site•ness, n.
syn: See necessary. See also requirement.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.requisite - anything indispensable; "food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"
thing - a separate and self-contained entity
desideratum - something desired as a necessity; "the desiderata for a vacation are time and money"
must - a necessary or essential thing; "seat belts are an absolute must"
need, want - anything that is necessary but lacking; "he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs"; "I tried to supply his wants"
Adj.1.requisite - necessary for relief or supply; "provided them with all things needful"
necessary - absolutely essential

requisite

adjective
noun
1. necessity, condition, requirement, precondition, need, must, essential, prerequisite, sine qua non (Latin), desideratum a major requisite for the work of the analysts

requisite

adjective
1. Incapable of being dispensed with:
2. Imposed on one by authority, command, or convention:
noun
Translations

requisite

[ˈrekwɪzɪt]
A. ADJ = required
B. Nrequisito m
office requisitesmaterial msing de oficina
toilet requisitesartículos mpl de tocador

requisite

[ˈrɛkwɪzɪt]
adj [knowledge, amount, number, facilities, ability, skills] → requis(e)
nélément m requis
toilet requisites → accessoires mpl de toilette
travel requisites → accessoires mpl de voyage

requisite

nArtikel m; (= necessary thing)Erfordernis nt; travel requisitesReiseartikel plor -utensilien pl
adjerforderlich, notwendig; the requisite timedie dazu erforderliche Zeit

requisite

[ˈrɛkwɪzɪt]
1. noccorrente m, necessario
toilet requisites → articoli mpl da bagno
2. adj (frm) → necessario/a, richiesto/a

requisite

n. requisito.
References in classic literature ?
Failing in many minor requisites of the double task which she had undertaken, she succeeded in the one important necessity of keeping the main distinctions of the two characters thoroughly apart.
The following day Dantes presented Jacopo with an entirely new vessel, accompanying the gift by a donation of one hundred piastres, that he might provide himself with a suitable crew and other requisites for his outfit, upon condition that he would go at once to Marseilles for the purpose of inquiring after an old man named Louis Dantes, residing in the Allees de Meillan, and also a young woman called Mercedes, an inhabitant of the Catalan village.
Some have regular wages, and are furnished with weapons, horses, traps, and other requisites.
These were four requisites, on which Marmaduke had insisted with a little more than his ordinary pertinacity.
Their plan had the sanction of the British government, and grants and other requisites were nearly completed, when the breaking out of the American Revolution once more defeated the undertaking.
Tess sat up getting on with some little requisites, lest the few remaining days should not afford sufficient times.
It is not necessarily a lengthened preparation, being limited to the setting forth of very simple breakfast requisites for two and the broiling of a rasher of bacon at the fire in the rusty grate; but as Phil has to sidle round a considerable part of the gallery for every object he wants, and never brings two objects at once, it takes time under the circumstances.
But the hindrance thrown in the way of a very speedy intimacy, by the frequent want of one or more of these requisites, prevented their doing more than going through the first rudiments of an acquaintance, by informing themselves how well the other liked Bath, how much she admired its buildings and surrounding country, whether she drew, or played, or sang, and whether she was fond of riding on horseback.
carrying what looked like a packet of sandwiches, but proved to be his requisites for the night done up in a neat paper parcel.
The only requisites for admission to the troop were willingness and ability to fight, and an oath to obey the laws made by Norman of Torn.
I was first assured of my capacity for the production of these requisites, by a medical friend of the ripe critical age of nineteen.
His reckless instincts and love of pleasure were rather strangely combined with a sincere theoretical devotion to religion, and his first noticeable work (1701), a little booklet called 'The Christian Hero,' aimed, in opposition to fashionable license, to show that decency and goodness are requisites of a real gentleman.