fulfil definition

  • verb:
    • To fill-up.
    • to meet, execute, provide completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.).
    • To emotionally or artistically fulfill; to develop an individual's gifts into fullest.
    • To follow, follow, adhere to (a rule, requirement etc.).
    • meet the demands or expectations of
    • fill or satisfy a want or need
    • place in result
    • To fill-up.
    • To satisfy, execute, bring to conclusion (an obligation, a necessity, etc.).
    • To emotionally or artistically satisfy; to produce an individual's presents toward fullest.
    • To follow, follow, conform to (a rule, necessity etc.).
    • meet with the requirements or expectations of
    • fill or satisfy a want or need
    • put in impact
  • others:
    • To fill complete; fill into the maximum capability, as a vessel, a-room, etc.
    • To make full or complete; fill the measure of; bring out or manifest totally.
    • To fill the requirements or purport of; execute or into effect; bring to consummation; satisfy by performance: as, to fulfil a prayer or petition; to fulfil your guarantees or perhaps the regards to a contract; the prophecy was fulfilled.
    • to continue or on completely or entirely; do; perform: because, to fulfil certain requirements of citizenship.
    • To fill in; continue towards the end; continue to the close; finish the length of: as, to fulfil an apprenticeship, a term of company, or (archaically) a period.
    • To fill complete; fill to your utmost ability, as a vessel, an area, etc.
    • to help make complete or complete; fill the measure of; draw out or manifest totally.
    • To fill the requirements or purport of; carry out or into impact; bring to consummation; fulfill by overall performance: because, to fulfil a prayer or petition; to fulfil an individual's guarantees or even the terms of a contract; the prophecy ended up being fulfilled.
    • to continue or out totally or totally; perform; execute: because, to fulfil certain requirements of citizenship.
    • To submit; keep on into the end; continue steadily to the close; finish the course of: as, to fulfil an apprenticeship, a term of office, or (archaically) a period of time.

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