Supplied vs Granted - What's the difference?

supplied | granted |

As verbs the difference between supplied and granted

is that supplied is (supply) while granted is (grant).

As an adverb granted is


As a preposition granted is

(used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument).




  • (supply)

  • supply


    (wikipedia supply)

    Alternative forms

    * supplely

    Etymology 1

    From (etyl) souploier, from (etyl) .


  • To provide (something), to make (something) available for use.
  • to supply money for the war
  • To furnish or equip with.
  • to supply''' a furnace with fuel; to '''supply soldiers with ammunition
  • To fill up, or keep full.
  • Rivers are supplied by smaller streams.
  • To compensate for, or make up a deficiency of.
  • * 1881 , :
  • It was objected against him that he had never experienced love. Whereupon he arose, left the society, and made it a point not to return to it until he considered that he had supplied the defect.
  • To serve instead of; to take the place of.
  • * Waller
  • Burning ships the banished sun supply .
  • * Dryden
  • The sun was set, and Vesper, to supply / His absent beams, had lighted up the sky.
  • To act as a substitute.
  • To fill temporarily; to serve as substitute for another in, as a vacant place or office; to occupy; to have possession of.
  • to supply a pulpit
    Derived terms
    * supplier


  • (uncountable) The act of supplying.
  • supply and demand
  • (countable) An amount of something supplied.
  • A supply of good drinking water is essential.
  • (in the plural) provisions.
  • (mostly, in the plural) An amount of money provided, as by Parliament or Congress, to meet the annual national expenditures.
  • to vote supplies
  • Somebody, such as a teacher or clergyman, who temporarily fills the place of another; a substitute.
  • Derived terms
    * supply teacher

    Etymology 2


    (en adverb)
  • Supplely: in a supple manner, with suppleness.
  • * 1906 , Ford Madox Ford, The fifth queen: and how she came to court , page 68:
  • His voice was playful and full; his back was bent supply .
  • * 1938 , David Leslie Murray, Commander of the mists :
  • * 1963 , Johanna Moosdorf, Next door :
  • She swayed slightly in the gusts, bent supply to them and seemed at one with the force which Straup found so hostile.
  • * 1988 , ??????? ?????????????? ???????? (Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov), Quiet flows the Don (translated), volume 1, page 96:
  • Grigory hesitantly took her in his arms to kiss her, but she held him off, bent supply backwards and shot a frightened glance at the windows.
    'They'll see!'
    'Let them!'
    'I'd be ashamed—'




  • (grant)
  • Given, awarded.
  • He was granted a patent on his invention.


  • .
  • He's a good student and usually does well. Granted , he did fail that one test, but I think there were good reasons for that.
    ''"You haven't been a very good father." "Granted ."


    (English prepositions)
  • (used to mark the premise of a syllogistic argument)
  • Granted that he has done nothing wrong, he should be set free.
    Granted the lack of evidence, we can make no such conclusion.


    * (used to mark the premise of an argument) given

    See also

    * take for granted