Meaning | Synonyms
- when needed
- when asked for
- to ask for with the proper right
- claim as a right
- at any time that you want or need something
- These days babies are normally fed on demand.
- Oil prices drop on demand worries as Coronavirus cases rise.
- Ronnie is always ready to dance on demand.
- Uber will manage an on-demand service for Marin County in the San Francisco Bay area with a Software.
- The fee is payable on demand.
- The pharmaceutical factory is manufacturing drugs on demand.
- They can give you a Home Delivery service of medicine on demand.
- Their songs are high on demand, and they have amazing audiences.
- The corrupt manager of the financial department had resigned on demand.
- The character and story of the film have revised on demand of the audience.
- A number of networks are offering up free on-demand programming.
- There are many reality TV shows available to stream on-demand.
1250–1300; Middle English demaunden < Anglo-French demaunder < Medieval Latin dēmandāre to demand, Lto entrust, equivalent to dē- de- + mandāre to the commission, order.
Synonyms of demand
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