Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: requisites
IPA transcription: [ɹ'ɛkwəzəts]
Usage examples
  • Good tools, in good condition, are the most essential requisites in making a new staff.
  • There are three points to observe in the attempt to discover the nature of truth, three requisites which any theory must fulfil.
  • The third of the above requisites leads us to adopt the view--which has on the whole been commonest among philosophers--that truth consists in some form of correspondence between belief and fact.
  • In accordance with our three requisites, we have to seek a theory of truth which (1) allows truth to have an opposite, namely falsehood, (2) makes truth a property of beliefs, but (3) makes it a property wholly dependent upon the relation of the beliefs to outside things.
  • Certainly the first requisites are intelligence, a good knowledge of standard literature, a general knowledge of the more important events that are taking place in the world, and such a knowledge of the best current literature as may be obtained from the regular reading of one or two of the standard monthly magazines.