request (one) to (do something)

(redirected from request to)

request (one) to (do something)

To express a desire for one to do something. I'm going to request them to transfer me to a different office if things with my coworkers don't improve. They requested me to file the report by the end of the week.
See also: request
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
Among them was the NBI request to remove a YouTube video of a negative political campaign advertisement against Duterte sometime from July to December 2016.
From July to December 2017, Facebook data showed that the Philippine government request to have access to 36 sets of data and 50 accounts of Filipinos.
The report further said Bahrain made a request to receive information on one user while the Sultanate of Oman asked for information on 3 users.
Each Contracting State designates a Central Authority to receive, process, and assign the Letters of Request to a judicial authority, or "competent authority," within the requested State.
Either the taxpayer or Appeals may submit a request to arbitrate after consulting with the other party.
The regulations permit taxpayers to file a single request to obtain a six-month extension of time in which to file a return.
The Anglican Church of Canada has declined a request to increase its annual grant to the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC), citing budgetary constraints.
(Previously, a first extension request was good for four months; a taxpayer needed to file an additional request to gain two more months.)
In fact, the Joint Motion specifically indicated Enforcement Counsel's intention to file a motion with the ALJ regarding the proposed testimony of Respondent (as well as two other French witnesses of Respondent who were also named in the indictment charges in California), but that because of the lead time necessary to schedule the depositions in France, the parties agreed to submit their request to the ALJ, pending the outcome of Enforcement Counsel's anticipated motion.
As shown in Figure 1, when a client machine makes a request to the software appliance, every attempt is made to fulfill that request as far through the compute process as possible.
The Administration will bring the specific details of this supplemental request to the Congress in the near future.
C) Relay the request to "higher authorities" who will dither for hours trying to determine whether departmental policy allows suspension of the fish rules in order help the firefighters.
The AES will then draft a memorandum to the AFMLS which, if there is an applicable treaty or agreement, will forward its request to the Office of International Affairs for transmission to the foreign country.
Thus, a request to RIC links the client to the vast federal information network.