Synonyms of provide in English:

provide


See definition of provide

verb

1‘the government refused to provide money for the project’

SYNONYMS
supply, give, issue, furnish, lay out, come up with, dispense, bestow, impart, produce, yield, bring forth, bear, deliver, donate, contribute, pledge, advance, spare, part with, allocate, distribute, allot, assign, put forward, put up, proffer, present, extend, render
informal fork out
North American informal ante up, pony up
ANTONYMS

refuse, withhold

2‘please provide her with the necessary documents’

SYNONYMS
equip, furnish, issue, supply, outfit
fit out, rig out, kit out, arm, array, attire, accoutre, provision, stock, purvey, accommodate, bestow, favour, endow, present
informal fix up
ANTONYMS

deprive

3‘the work at least enabled him to provide for his family’

SYNONYMS
feed, nurture, nourish, give food to, provide board for
support, maintain, keep, sustain, provide sustenance for, fend for, finance, endow
take care of, care for, look after
ANTONYMS

neglect

4‘this procedure can provide an opportunity for testing opinion’

SYNONYMS
make available, present, offer, afford, accord, give, add, bring, yield, impart, bestow, confer, lend

5‘we have provided for further restructuring’

SYNONYMS
prepare, allow, make provision, make preparations, be prepared, anticipate, arrange, make arrangements, get ready, plan, make plans, cater

6‘the forces of nature which no human foresight can provide against’

SYNONYMS
take precautions, take measures, take steps, guard, forearm oneself
make provision for

7‘the contract provides that the tenants are responsible for house repairs’

SYNONYMS
stipulate, lay down, have as a condition, make it a condition, require, order, ordain, demand, prescribe, state, set out, specify