provide for (something)

provide for (something)
provide for (something) 1. to allow something.

The permit will provide for a 30-day hunt beginning in late November.

2. to take care of a need.

After you cross the border you will have to provide for your own security.

The shape of the tank is designed to provide for water circulation.


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