CET6+ TEM8 IELTS GRE
- provisional (adj.)
- "as a temporary arrangement for the present," c. 1600, from provision (n.) + -al (1), or else from Middle French provisionnal (15c.), from Old French provision. The notion is of something that will "provide for present needs." Related: Provisionally.
- 1. It was announced that the times were provisional and subject to confirmation.
- 2. The booking is only provisional.
- 3. All these conclusions are provisional.
- 4. If you have never held a driving licence before, you should apply for a provisional licence.
- 5. She sent her provisional licence with the test certificate to have it upgraded to a full licence.
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