fulfils, 3rd person singular present; fulfilling, present participle; fulfilled, past tense; fulfilled, past participle; fulfills, 3rd person singular present;
Bring to completion or reality; achieve or realize (something desired, promised, or predicted)
he wouldn't be able to fulfill his ambition to visit Naples
Gain happiness or satisfaction by fully developing one's abilities or character
Complete (a period of time or piece of work)
Carry out (a task, duty, or role) as required, pledged, or expected
some officials were dismissed because they could not fulfill their duties
Satisfy or meet (a requirement or condition)
goods must fulfill three basic conditions
carry through: put in effect; "carry out a task"; "execute the decision of the people"; "He actioned the operation"
satisfy: meet the requirements or expectations of
meet: fill or meet a want or need
(fulfilled) completed to perfection
(fulfillment) a feeling of satisfaction at having achieved your desires
(fulfillment) the act of consummating something (a desire or promise etc)
To fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up; To satisfy, carry out, bring to completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.); To emotionally or artistically satisfy; to develop one's gifts to the fullest; To obey, follow, comply with (a rule, requirement etc.)
(fulfilling) Which causes fulfillment; emotionally or artistically satisfying
(fulfilling) que le hace a uno sentirse realizado
(Fulfillment) Most traditional religions require sacrifice of their followers, but, in turn, the followers may gain much from their membership therein. Thus, they come away from experiences with these religions with the feeling that their needs have been filled. ...
(Fulfillment) The process of supplying a finished, manufactured product directly from a manufacturing facility to a distributor or end user. ...
(Fulfillment) The satisfaction of a retrieval request. The acquirer supplies the issuer with the original slip, a legible reproduction thereof, or a substitute draft if applicable. The fulfillment record confirms the completion of that action.
(Fulfillment) The warehousing, packaging, labeling, shipping and tracking information related to an infomercial product.
(Fulfillment) The process by which the card is matched to a letter, inserted into an envelope, metered and delivered to the post office. Personalization is available using several different methods along with continuous form equipment or individual piecework.
(Fulfillment) All activities involved in the processing and servicing of mail, FAX and telephone orders.
(Fulfillment) The process of responding to a customer purchase or request, including shipping ordered products.
(Fulfillment) The process of packaging and shipping an order for a distributor. Fulfillment may be performed by a supplier, a distributor or an independent fulfillment house.
(FULFILLMENT) The delivery of the product or service to the customer.
(Fulfillment) The activity of processing customer shipments. Though most manufacturig and warehouse operations will process customer shipments, this term usually refers to operations that ship many small orders (usually parcels) to end users as opposed to operations that process larger shipments ...
(FULFILLMENT) Responding to requests from potential visitors.
(Fulfillment) (a) Everything involved in making good on your promises, especially the sending of promised premiums and the product itself or (b) the thing you hoped for back when you thought you’d actually grow up to be a poet. And now look at you!
(Fulfillment) A suite of applications that automates and integrates business processes from customer order to configuration, inventory, provisioning and activation of services.
(Fulfillment) In the Transactional Data > Demands and Stock Event windows.
(Fulfillment) Jesus Christ declared His intention to fulfill every word of the law ( Matthew 5:17 Matthew 5:18 ), and He did it ( Luke 24:44 ).
(Fulfillment) Refers to storing books, selling books, preparing labels and packaging materials, packing your books, and shipping your books to fill orders.