requisite req‧ui‧site [ˈrekwzt] adjective [only before a noun] formal
needed for a particular purpose:

• The financiers may be willing to step in and provide the requisite guarantees.

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requisite UK US /ˈrekwɪzɪt/ adjective [before noun] FORMAL
necessary for a particular purpose: requisite qualifications/skills/experience »

Do they have the requisite skills for the job?


Before submitting the application, check that you have the requisite number of signatures.

requisite UK US /ˈrekwɪzɪt/ noun [C] FORMAL
something that is necessary for a particular purpose: a requisite for sth »

The qualification is generally considered a requisite for entry to the profession.


The shop sells stationery and other office requisites.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • requisite — req|ui|site1 [ˈrekwızıt] adj [only before noun] formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of requirere; REQUIRE] needed for a particular purpose = ↑necessary, required ↑required ▪ He lacks the requisite qualifications. requisite …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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