Fulfill - definition, transcription

Amer.  |fʊlˈfɪl|
Brit.  |fʊlˈfɪl|

verb

- put in effect (syn: accomplish, action, execute, fulfil)
- meet the requirements or expectations of (syn: fulfil, satisfy)
- fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction (syn: fill, fit, fulfil, meet, satisfy)

Examples

What functions do these programs fulfill?

She failed to fulfill her obligations as a parent.

She failed to fulfill her obligations.

The program is intended to fulfill the basic needs of children in the community.

He's trying to fulfill himself as an artist.

He has promised to fulfill a campaign pledge to cut taxes.

They had to fulfill their contractual obligations before they could get paid.

...you can sue for nonfeasance if the company doesn't fulfill the contract...

It was then that the organization finally began to fulfill the hopes of its founders.

Much of the electrical equipment failed to fulfill safety requirements.

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