demanding

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/dɪˈmɑːndɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɪˈmændɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(di manding, -män-)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020

demanding

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. has a very demanding [job, occupation]
  2. a demanding [boss, teacher, parent, coach]
  3. an overly demanding [boss]
  4. is (too) demanding with his [children, players, students]
  5. is [very, extremely, quite, pretty] demanding
  6. [physically, emotionally] demanding
  7. in a (physically) demanding [environment, workplace, condition]
  8. is demanding on the [brain, legs, upper body]
  9. is demanding on the [CUP, RAM]
  10. a demanding [workout, exercise, circuit, discipline]
  11. [take, face] a demanding [challenge, test, exam]
  12. the demanding [requirements, needs] of
  13. is a demanding business to be in
  14. [given, assigned] the demanding task of
  15. wasn't as demanding as I had [thought, envisaged, expected]
  16. has been [more, too, overly] demanding lately
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

demand

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. is in [high, low, great] demand
  2. the [rising, falling, growing] demand for
  3. demand for [coal, oil, gas] has [risen]
  4. demand has [risen] for [coal]
  5. [domestic, international] demand for
  6. there's not much demand for (that anymore)
  7. there is [little, no] demand for
  8. a demand that you [say, go, do]
  9. a demand from a [customer, co-worker]
  10. the [customer's] demands
  11. the demands of the [people, public, investors]
  12. a demand for immediate [action, imprisonment, compensation]
  13. [meet, give in to] their demands
  14. make unreasonable demands
  15. making demands on (my time)
  16. supply and demand
  17. demand [outstrips, outweighs] supply
  18. back by popular demand
  19. a ransom demand
  20. the [kidnapper's] demands
  21. the demands of the [kidnapper, criminal]
v
  1. demanded a [promotion, raise]
  2. demand [justice, a fair trial]
  3. the [defendant, victims, public] demanded [justice]
  4. (I) demand to [know, speak to, see]
  5. I demand (that) you [do, show]
  6. is always demanding [attention, candy]
  7. [issue, conflict, problem] (that) demands attention
  8. demand [improvement, efficiency]
  9. the [task, job] demands [experience, care, patience]
  10. demands a lot of his [players, employees, workers]
  11. demands a great deal [from, of] his [children, employees]
  12. demanded freedom
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