What does it mean exactly? A friend asked me if I was "provisioned for the weekend," and as someone who knows English as a second language, I was scratching my head trying to figure out what he was asking about and how I should respond.
From what little word-for-word usage of the phrase I could find on the Internet (Twitter, etc.), it seems that it is mostly used in the context of leisure (if it is ever commonly used), with people posting pictures of items intended for entertainment along with the caption.
I know that to provision means to supply/provide. In this case, does it mean "ready for the weekend?" "Prepared for the weekend?" As in spending time to enjoy the weekend?
When I isolate the word "provisioned," however, instances where the subject is prepared for a serious situation also come up, which makes me wonder even more, as my friend asked this shortly after a hurricane had hit the region I live in and I had told him my experience with the resultant rainy day prior to our conversation. Was he asking if I was physically prepared and secure for the outcome of the hurricane in the weekend to come, then?