得る, 獲る, 引き起こす, 仕入れる, あっせんする, 手に入れる
Verb(1) get by special effort(2) arrange for sexual partners for others
(1) Those provisions exist largely because it is recognised that people who operate brothels, who procure and live off the earnings of prostitutes, are essentially in an exploitative relationship.(2) The obstruct justice charge related to an attempt to procure a witness to claim he had been driving the vehicle and had left before the police arrived.(3) he persuaded a friend to procure him a ticket(4) We visit the mainland in our inflatable, to procure food items.(5) This promoted the idea that as long as the reasons for failure were documented, nations could undertake efforts to engineer and procure solutions as required.(6) He was jailed last December for trying to procure a 10-year-old girl for a paedophile sex ring.(7) he haunted railway stations to procure young girls for immoral purposes(8) He served as bodyguard to a young boy prince from some European country and had to procure hookers for the 12-year-old.(9) All subjects had participated in an earlier experiment in which they pecked at black and white symbols to procure food rewards.(10) In recent years, the gallery has made a concerted effort to procure art works by contemporary South African artists.(11) Wei organized an effort by Cub Scout Pack 84 to procure shoes for the orphaned African girls.(12) No, it's being done in the best model of pork barrel politics where the Administration's friends procure multi-billion dollar contracts in a secret process hidden from any public scrutiny.(13) The Wall Street Journal has been leaked those portions of the October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate relating to Iraq's efforts to procure uranium in Africa.(14) The deal was an effort to procure knockoff antiretroviral drugs for just $140 per patient per year.(15) In an effort to procure tickets, I called All Sport Promotions, which has a fine record in promoting sports tours such as the recent match in Bahrain.(16) The man was charged with using the Internet to procure a child under 16, using the Internet to expose a child to indecent material and possession of tainted property relating to computers.
(1) procure :: 調達
1. obtain ::
2. pimp ::
3. secure ::
1. forfeit ::
2. lose ::
Different Formsprocure, procured, procurement, procures, procuring
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