Re: Material List
Yes. It is normally used for equipment for, for example, builders. The materials needed are: bricks, mortar, cement, water, trowel etc. However, I have seen it used for lists of anything that needs to be bought/brought.
Originally Posted by Jack8rkin
As another example, if you sign up to an education course, you might see "You will be provided with the following materials: course books, textbooks, notebooks, CDs, a dictionary, pens, pencils".
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