specify

All Verb
6,670 examples (0.03 sec)
  • One may search for a certain type of person without specifying any names.
  • These are intended to specify steps parents must take to control their children.
  • It has not been officially specified which character should be used to form these letters.
  • Goals for more growth should specify more growth of what and for what.
  • However, the real estate contract can specify a different date when possession changes hands.
  • Why else would there be the need to specify who you are?
  • He did not specify a release date for a new album, however.
  • A minimum of two-three hours per week has been specified to produce positive results.
  • A recording contract specifies the business relationship between a recording artist and the record company.
  • It is possible to specify certain groups who led the anti-war movement and the reasons why.
  • The different versions of each kind are specified by year of design.
  • It also specifies the conditions on how the data value could be re-derived.
  • To break it down even more, the seven stages specify how the process works.
  • Users and groups can be specified along with their rights at the object type or individual object level.
  • He did not specify any specific bar code as that was well understood.
  • Any block size could be specified up to the maximum track length.
  • Berg specified that a number of cast members should take more than one role.
  • It specifies these rules for individuals or groups of individuals throughout the company.
  • Games to a specified number of ends may also be drawn.
  • Some systems specify lives based on classes of property defined by the tax authority.
  • Next »

Words starting with specify

Meaning of specify

  • verb Decide upon or fix definitely
    fix the variables, specify the parameters
  • verb Determine the essential quality of
  • verb Be specific about
    Could you please specify your criticism of my paper?