Apply ( verb , verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Apply ( verb )

  1. Put or spread (a substance) on a surface.
  2. Direct (a force or influence) towards a particular object or purpose.
  3. Make a formal request or application.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin applicare, from ad- "to" + plicare "fold".

Examples:

  1. Apply the cream to the affected area.
  2. She applied pressure to the cut to stop the bleeding.
  3. He applied for a job at the company.
  4. They applied for a loan from the bank.
  5. We applied for a visa to travel to the country.

(As a verb)

Apply ( verb )

  1. Put or spread (a substance) on a surface.
  2. Direct (a force or influence) towards a particular object or purpose.
  3. Make a formal request or application.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin applicare, from ad- "to" + plicare "fold".

Examples:

  1. Apply the cream to the affected area.
  2. She applied pressure to the cut to stop the bleeding.
  3. He applied for a job at the company.
  4. They applied for a loan from the bank.
  5. We applied for a visa to travel to the country.

(As a verb)

Apply ( verb )

  1. Put or spread (a substance) on a surface.
  2. Direct (a force or influence) towards a particular object or purpose.
  3. Make a formal request or application.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin applicare, from ad- "to" + plicare "fold".

Examples:

  1. Apply the cream to the affected area.
  2. She applied pressure to the cut to stop the bleeding.
  3. He applied for a job at the company.
  4. They applied for a loan from the bank.
  5. We applied for a visa to travel to the country.
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