Provide is a related term of provisory.
As a verb provide
is to make a living; earn money for necessities.
As an adjective provisory is
containing (a) proviso(es).
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To make a living; earn money for necessities.
To act to prepare for something.
To establish as a previous condition; to stipulate.
- It is difficult to provide for my family working on minimum wage.
- The contract provides that the work be well done.
To give what is needed or desired, especially basic needs.
- I'll lend you the money, provided that you pay it back by Monday.
- Don't bother bringing equipment, as we will provide it.
To furnish (with), cause to be present.
- We aim to provide the local community with more green spaces.
To make possible or attainable.
- Rome was well provided with corn.
- He provides us with an alternative option.
(obsolete, Latinism) To foresee.
- Bring me berries, or such cooling fruit / As the kind, hospitable woods provide .
To appoint to an ecclesiastical benefice before it is vacant. See provisor .
- (Ben Jonson)
containing (a) proviso(es)
:''The provisory clause effectively excluded his otherwise logical heirs from his main inheritance
dependent on a condition (proviso)
:''A provisory guarantee is rather like blackmail
pending something more permanent
* (relating to a proviso) conditional
* (pending something) provisional, temporary, transitory