As a Noun:
1. A firm request or series of requests for something. English = demand, demands.
2. A list of demands or claims made by someone or a group of people on another person or group, for example a list of demands of workers to their employers.
As a Verb or Adjective:
1. To ask for something very forcefully; to express the fact that you are not satisfied with a particular situation. English = demand; complain.
2. To demand or complain about a whole array of things, for example a list of demands for better pay and conditions by workers from their employer.
3. To give other people orders because you think that you are right and other people are wrong. English = lay down the law.
4. To talk very authoritatively about something; to go on and on.