replenishment


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re·plen·ish

 (rĭ-plĕn′ĭsh)
v. re·plen·ished, re·plen·ish·ing, re·plen·ish·es
v.tr.
1. To fill or make complete again; add a new stock or supply to: replenish the larder.
2. To inspire or nourish: The music will replenish my weary soul.
v.intr.
To become full again.

[Middle English replenisshen, from Old French replenir, repleniss- : re-, re- + plenir, to fill (from plein, full, from Latin plēnus; see pelə- in Indo-European roots).]

re·plen′ish·er n.
re·plen′ish·ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.replenishment - filling again by supplying what has been used upreplenishment - filling again by supplying what has been used up
filling - flow into something (as a container)
Translations
إعادَة ملء او تَزْويد
doplnění
genopfyldning
újra megtöltés
fylling
doplnenie
ikmaltamamlama

replenishment

[rɪˈplenɪʃmənt] N [of tank] → rellenado m; [of stocks] → reposición f

replenishment

nErgänzung f; (when badly depleted) → Wiederauffüllen nt; (of glass)Auffüllen nt; (of shelves)Nachfüllen nt

replenishment

[rɪˈplɛnɪʃmənt] n (frm) (gen) → rifornimento

replenish

(rəˈpleniʃ) verb
to fill up again; to fill up (one's supply of something) again. We must replenish our stock of coal.
reˈplenishment noun
References in classic literature ?
There are men pitted against men, and against beasts for the edification of Issus and the replenishment of her larder."
delicately signified that his glass was empty, by throwing back his head and standing the glass upside down on his nose and upper lip, it might have been charitable in Mrs Wilfer to suggest replenishment. But that heroine briefly suggesting 'Bedtime' instead, the bottles were put away, and the family retired; she cherubically escorted, like some severe saint in a painting, or merely human matron allegorically treated.
(which was at every replenishment), Mr Flintwinch stolidly did his part of the clinking, and would have stolidly done his companion's part of the wine as well as his own: being, except in the article of palate, a mere cask.
Our stores of provisions, supplemented by our guns, were holding out well, but the day must come when they would need replenishment. In a couple of months the rains might be expected, and we should be washed out of our camp.
A consortium of 32 scientists from across Africa and beyond carried out the research, published in Nature, which shows how groundwater replenishment depends upon heavy rainfalls and flood events, amplified by climate change.
The issuer extended a two-year extension of the original replenishment period that was scheduled to end in October 2018.
However, because consumption often fluctuates widely, time-based replenishment and actual consumption may not match, resulting in stock-outs and high overstocks, which require manual intervention.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 9 (ANI): At the kick-off meeting of the Global FundaACAOs Sixth Replenishment, leaders, global health organizations, civil society groups and people affected by the diseases vowed collective action to end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria and accelerate progress toward universal health coverage.
At the close of the four day meeting the Board decided to launch the process for the Green Climate Fund's first formal replenishment, marking a key moment in the development of the world's largest dedicated fund for climate action.
Shot Spot is on the AcuSport CLX (Customer Link Exchange) system and it helps us manage inventory and turns of inventory through auto replenishment. Those manufacturers who have bought into the AcuSport CLX program are finding more retail sales and a smoother supply chain model.
The robust, 40 x 24-inch pooled (shared) half pallet for retail store fulfillment simplifies and streamlines product replenishment and promotional displays.