|desperate plea, request||entreaty|
|(French) please respond (request for a reply at the end of a letter)||R.S.V.P. (respondez s`il vous plait)|
|(Law) advocate, defense lawyer; claimant, one who enters a plea; claim, suit||pleader|
|(Law) extension of time given to one party in a lawsuit for the purpose of reaching an amicable settlement, continuance; request for an extension of time||imparlance|
|(Law) part of the phrase "nolo contendere" ("without desire to stand trial, " plea by the defendant to receive judgment without technically admitting guilt)||contendere|
|a justified but disabling request||pound of flesh|
|a movement, act of moving, application to a judge or court, indicate, intimate, direct, movement from one note to another, gesture; proposal for discussion; request for a court order (Law); transition from one pitch to another (Musical), passing of sol...||motion|
|absence of crime, architectural style, arrange items, arrange things neatly, arrangement of items, arrangement; instruction; command; request for something; religious group, call for calm, classification of chemical reactions, command; request somethin...||order|
|accumulate, collect; make a request for delivery, large log on a fire, log in the back of a fireplace; reserve; accumulation, things still to be done||backlog|
|act of applying; request; implementation; persistence, diligence; (Computer) computer program designed to perform a specific task for a user or other application (e.g. word processor, spreadsheet, Web browser, etc.), computer software, formal request f...||application|
|act of earnestly pleading; entreaty, request, plea||imploration|
|act of petitioning, appeal or request to higher authority, demand for action with signatures, give petition to somebody, make demand using petition, make formal request, pleading stating cause of action, demand; plea, something requested, submit a requ...||petition|
|act of proposing, idea or plan, proposition, suggestion; tender; plan; offer of marriage, request to marry somebody||proposal|
|act of specifying; item or detail included in a description of requirements or plans; detailed written description of an invention submitted in a patent request, detailed description, intellectual property description, typographical instructions||specification|
|add to or repeat performance of, extra or repeated performance of something, interj. once more! (used by an audience to request a repeat or additional performance), request by an audience for a repeat or additional performance; performance given in res...||encore|
|adding emphasis, as a possibility, perhaps, maybe, suggesting effort, suggesting impossibility, used as request modifier||possibly|
|addressing of requests, appeal made to somebody in authority, earnest request, humble entreaty, petition||supplication|
|agree the truth of something, allow something as a favor or privilege, area of land, award; gift, present; contribution, donation, bestow; give; agree; answer to -; donate, comply with a request, legal transaction, money given for a purpose, transfer d...||grant|
|another order, arrange something again, rearrange something, reorganize; request again, ask for again, make an order again, renewed request for something, instance of asking for something again, request new supply||reorder|
|arouse, ask for, attempt to summon demon, call upon greater power, requests help or protection (from a deity); summon a spirit through witchcraft; request, make an appeal; pray; activate a command, cause a certain action (Computers), use in support||invoke|
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