provide (one) with (something)

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provide (one) with (something)

To give or supply one with something for their use or benefit. The company is one of the few that provides its employees with paid paternity leave. I provided you with plenty of chances to prove your abilities, but you keep letting me down.
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provide someone with something

to supply something to someone. I will provide you with an escort to your car. Jane provided herself with just enough food to get through the weekend.
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Situated in the prestigious Gannock Park area of Deganwy, this property needs updating and refurbishment, but with a bit of love and attention would provide someone with a spectacular family home.
So, I firmly believe that time spent in the military has the potential to provide someone with a world view, simply by putting him or her out there in it.
According to Fr Peter McVerry, a long-time campaigner for the homeless, it costs the State [euro]30,000 a year to provide someone with a room in emergency accommodation, more than five times the cost in a privately rented flat.
Provide someone with ADHD with a window to gaze out and you lose their attention.
It is not compassionate to provide someone with the means to remain enslaved to an addiction.
These trained specialists can provide someone with a named contact throughout their journey with dementia.
Hopefully telling about it will help provide someone with the needed insight to successfully utilize a spring
The changes do not apply to people with "gold-plated" final salary pensions, which are becoming increasingly thin on the ground, as these already provide someone with a guaranteed income after they retire.
to pay insurance The changes do not apply to people with "gold-plated" final salary pensions, which are becoming increasingly thin on the ground, as these already provide someone with a guaranteed income after they retire.
Every little bit will add to up create the vital funds needed to provide someone with life-changing mobility and independence.
I realize how important music is in setting the tone for a film, and I think this competition will provide someone with the opportunity they've been striving for," said Brooks.
Dar Al Atta'a will be present in both malls during Ramadan and shoppers will be able to purchase a coupon which will provide someone with a breakfast or iftar meal during the holy month of Ramadan.
Papadopoulos said that another problem is that many people that want to work as chiropractors attend minor weekend courses, which however cannot provide someone with the skills and qualifications required to become a professional chiropractor.
3 : to supply or provide someone with <Tennis affords good exercise.
Charlotte, who worked with a team of experts on the editorial, says she is aiming to provide someone with an animal book for life.