require (v) to need something; to depend on somebody/something
(v) to need something; to depend on somebody/something
Examples from disciplines
Although research is
to confirm these potential applications and the feasibility of its use in the outpatient setting under local anaesthesia, the addition of molecular and genetic analysis of cells obtained by MD and the emergence of newer generations of microendoscopes are likely to enhance the use of this technique (51).
This is a higher energy demand than
by C 3 plants, but due to the mechanisms avoiding photorespiration in varying environmental conditions the quantum requirement of C 4 plants remains relatively constant.
Cybernetics & Electronic Engineering
The key problems with implementing this program lay with the validation testing, and ensuring that it was functioning as
noun + required (passive)
energy/ power ~
adverb + require
Definition, word family & confusing word from Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (2017)
Collocations & examples from disciplines extracted from the British Academic Written English corpus via SketchEngine