Definition of provisory in English:
1 rare Subject to a proviso; conditional.
- The Company also was loaned $409000 from IIBI in the form of a provisory note to cover the Company's short-term cash flow needs.
- The provisory decree (medida provisoria) creating the public broadcasting system must be approved by Congress before becoming law.
2 another term for provisional (sense 1) of the adjective).
- Tents and wooden structures, an entire provisory village, surrounded the outskirts of the open height of the central site.
- Due to the fact that the reorganisation of dioceses in the East had been considered since 1945 as a provisory structure, the Catholic Church envisaged from 1990 a new diocesan map, which would not concern itself exclusively with the East.
- The cold and warm vessel are leak tested using provisory covers.
Words that rhyme with provisoryadvisory, revisory, supervisory
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