|demand||கோரிக்கை; கேட்பு; தேவை; வேண்டுகோள்; வேண்டு; உரிமைக்கோரு; கேள்|
|alternate demand||மாற்றுத் தேவை|
|bio-chemical oxygen demand||உயிர் வேதியியல் உயிர்வளித் தேவை|
|bio-chemical oxygen demand||உயிரிரசாயன ஒட்சிசன் தேவை|
|biochemical oxygen demand||உயிரி வேதிகளின் ஆக்சிஜென் தேவை|
|biological oxygen demand||உயிர்சார் உயிர்வளி அளவு|
|biological oxygen demand||உயிரியல் உயிர்வளித் தேவை|
|chemical oxygen demand||வேதியியல் உயிர்வளித் தேவை|
|cross elasticity of demand||பிண்ணிய தேவை நெகிழ்ச்சி|
|dabate on autonomy demand||தன்னாட்சி சுயாட்சிக் கோரிக்க மீதான விவாதம்|
|demand and supply position||தேவையும் வழங்கு நிலையும்|
|demand collection & balance||கேட்புத் தண்டல் மற்றும் நிலுவை|
|demand curve||தேவைநிலை வளைகோடு|
|demand draft||வரைவு காசோலை, வரைவோலை|
|demand draft||கேட்பு வரைவோலை|
|demand draft||கேட்புக் காசோலை|
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