supply line
Noun

supply line (plural supply lines)

  1. The chain of transportation mechanisms supplying food and materiel to an army in battle, or other field operation.
    • Having cracked the Germans' Enigma traffic, the Allies were able to devastate Rommel's supply lines across the Mediterranean.
  2. (by extension) Any system in place to provide resources to a group.



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