require (someone or something) to (do something)

(redirected from require someone to)

require (someone or something) to (do something)

To demand or stipulate as obligatory that someone or something to something. The law requires you to disclose any and all assets held in foreign banks. We require all our guests to sign a waiver before going on the ride.
See also: require
References in periodicals archive ?
On to the next victim.This scam has many mutations, often including layers of complex obligations involving insurance companies, commercial and export-import banks, law firms, bankruptcy filings or even reverse guarantees that require someone to perform some impossible action or lose money.
The new device replaces the previous one located at the Hafod Eryri Visitor Centre, and thanks to advanced technology, will no longer require someone to reach the top to check if it's working.
The part-time coaching role will require someone to work two to three evenings per week and during Academy games on Sundays.
He had said on Wednesday it would require someone to shoot more than 20-under to win.
Teenagers do not need babysitters but still require someone to administer meals that are not made of dough and check they are revising their trigonometry.
Mr Rosindell said: "I don't want to say someone who is having a baby is not eligible to be a Cabinet minister, but I certainly think perhaps the demands of that particular job will require someone to give it their full attention."
It also requires someone, somewhere to take the risk of asking Mike Ashley to give it the green light - and that would require someone to put their heads above the parapet.
* Require someone to post something on his personal timeline or a friend's timeline to enter.
He does another job and Newcastle require someone to be the No 9 waiting on the sidelines.
However, the report said that the duo require someone to complement them with long, relentless spells, especially when conditions are not conducive to movement, which is where Peter Siddle comes in, given that he had almost bowled himself beyond the point of exhaustion against South Africa in Adelaide despite his poor form in Taunton.
MANCHESTER Puppy Cup sponsor Keith Swain surely needs look no further than his apparent new best friend, the Racing Post's superb sports betting writer Steve Palmer, should he require someone to present the trophy in future.
The PCSOs have limited police powers, including: Being able to require someone to give their details; Limited powers of detention; Powers to confiscate alcohol being drunk in public places and confiscate cigarettes from children; To enter and search premises to prevent serious damage or harm; To seize vehicles being driven in a way that causes alarm, and to carry out road checks with a police officer.
But the fact is that protests are not spontaneous, but require someone to organize them and draw attention to the object of the protest.
They have, instead, stated that it should only be made subject to control measures (eg measures which require someone to obtain licence before they can produce it, or to get a medical prescription before they can buy it).
``It does require someone to push the button and go.''