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fulfill definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry into actuality; effect: satisfied their particular promises.
    • to handle (an order, including).
    • To measure up to; satisfy. See Synonyms at perform, satisfy.
    • To bring to an-end; total.
    • To refill; to produce full or full.
    • to complete or carry into result, as an intention, guarantee, or prophecy, a desire, prayer, or necessity, etc.; to complete by performance; to answer the requisitions of; to bring to pass through, as an intention or design; to effectuate.
    • to carry into actuality; result: satisfied their guarantees.
    • To carry out (an order, as an example).
    • To measure to; satisfy. See Synonyms at perform, fulfill.
    • To bring to a conclusion; full.
    • To fill up; to make full or full.
    • to complete or carry into impact, as an intention, promise, or prophecy, a desire, prayer, or necessity, etc.; to perform by performance; to resolve the requisitions of; to carry to pass, as an intention or design; to effectuate.
  • verb:
    • To fill complete; fill to the utmost capability; refill.
    • to fulfill, perform, provide conclusion (an obligation, a necessity, etc.).
    • To emotionally or artistically satisfy; to build up an individual's gift suggestions to the fullest.
    • To obey, follow, conform to (a rule, requirement etc.).
    • devote result
    • fill or satisfy a want or need
    • meet the requirements or expectations of
    • To fill full; fill into the maximum ability; fill up.
    • to meet, complete, provide conclusion (an obligation, a necessity, etc.).
    • To emotionally or artistically fulfill; to develop a person's gift suggestions into fullest.
    • To follow, follow, comply with (a rule, necessity etc.).
    • invest impact
    • fill or meet a want or require
    • meet with the demands or objectives of
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