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specify

[spes-uh-fahy]
verb (used with object), specified, specifying.
1.
to mention or name specifically or definitely; state in detail: He did not specify the amount needed.
2.
to give a specific character to.
3.
to set forth as a specification.
4.
to name or state as a condition: He specified that he be given my power of attorney.
verb (used without object), specified, specifying.
5.
to make a specific mention or statement.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English specyfyen < Old French specifier < Medieval Latin specificāre. See specific, -fy

specificative [spes-uh-fi-key-tiv] , adjective
specificatively, adverb
specifier, noun
misspecified, adjective
nonspecified, adjective
prespecify, verb (used with object), prespecified, prespecifying.
respecify, verb, respecified, respecifying.
underspecified, adjective
underspecify, verb (used with object), underspecified, underspecifying.
unspecified, adjective
unspecifying, adjective


1. detail, indicate, enumerate, stipulate.
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specify (ˈspɛsɪˌfaɪ)
 
vb , -fies, -fying, -fied
1.  to refer to or state specifically
2.  to state as a condition
3.  to state or include in the specification of
 
[C13: from Medieval Latin specificāre to describe]
 
specificative
 
adj
 
'specifier
 
n

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