transitive + intransitive
: to supply (someone or something) again
- resupplying the troops/ships
- Besieged populations could sometimes be resupplied by air or sea, or at least by ground or naval forces protected by air cover.
- —Victor Davis Hanson
: to replenish supplies
- The more food you carry, the less frequently you need to resupply.
- —Victoria Logue
resupplies of food/ammunition
With ground resupply readily available, they seldom ate anything they weren't carrying …