adj. required, essential, necessary, needed
v. requisition, require; commandeer
"Very requisite, no doubt," returned Mr. Kenge.
At this stage, the requisite clinical and paraclinical examination of a patient according to standard protocol is performed.
But you have not an idea of what is requisite in situations directly opposite to your own.
Cassiopeia possessed the requisite skills.
Each ferrule has a spring-loaded mechanism that ensures the requisite compressive force when the connector is connected.
We will now cover the requisite setup we must do to enable an external procedure to execute.
These countries should continue to lend the requisite support for these objectives in the future.
All the requisite elements are well known and are to be found in the roadmap and other documents.
As non-attached Members, we find it particularly difficult to collect the requisite signatures, as you know.
Because the annexes are not binding, Member States can arrange the requisite procedures for themselves.
1. requirement: necessity, need, demand
2. required: compulsory, mandatory, imperative, needed, indispensable, essential, necessary