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Definition of "requiring" []

  • To have need of; depend upon; want (verb)
  • To impose as a necessity; make necessary (verb)
  • To make formal request (for); insist upon or demand, esp as an obligation (verb)
  • To call upon or oblige (a person) authoritatively; order or command (verb)
  • Present participle of require. (verb)

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Use "requiring" in a sentence
  • "The WH agreed with the groups on granular stuff related to consumer protection authority, such as funding, rulemaking, and preemption, and also that conferees ought to close the bill's loophole letting private equity and venture capital firms out of the title requiring hedge funds to register with the SEC."
  • "Representatives of organized labor pressed Summers to make sure that conferees close the bill's loophole that allows private equity and venture capital firms out of the title requiring hedge funds to register with the SEC."
  • "It referred to a provision of the Juvenile Code which it characterized as requiring “that the probation officer shall look after the interests of neglected delinquent and dependent children,” including representing their interests in Court."