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satisfy 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈsatisˌfī/,
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satisfies, 3rd person singular present; satisfying, present participle; satisfied, past tense; satisfied, past participle;
  1. Meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone)
    • - I have never been satisfied with my job
    • - wealth, the promise of the eighties, has failed to satisfy
  2. Fulfill (a desire or need)
    • - social services is trying to satisfy the needs of so many different groups
  3. Provide (someone) with adequate information or proof so that they are convinced about something
    • - people need to be satisfied that the environmental assessments are accurate
    • - the chief engineer satisfied himself that it was not a weapon
  4. Adequately meet or comply with (a condition, obligation, or demand)
    • - the whole team is working to satisfy demand
  5. (of a quantity) Make (an equation) true

  6. Pay off (a debt or creditor)
    • - there was insufficient collateral to satisfy the loan

  1. meet the requirements or expectations of
  2. make happy or satisfied
  3. meet: fill or meet a want or need
  4. (satisfying) hearty: providing abundant nourishment; "a hearty meal"; "good solid food"; "ate a substantial breakfast"; "four square meals a day"
  5. (satisfying) comforting: providing freedom from worry
  6. (satisfied) quenched: allayed; "his thirst quenched he was able to continue"
  7. '''Satisfy, ''''''Satisfy, released by Vertical Records, is Kathryn Scott's first solo album, released in 2003. Seven of the songs are penned by Scott herself, including her most famous track, "Hungry", and also "At the foot of the cross" and "Breathe on me now". ...
  8. Satisfy is a Thoroughbred racehorse who is best known for winning the New Zealand Derby in 1987.
  9. (Satisfied (album)) Satisfied is the fourth studio album by American Christian rock band DecembeRadio; it was released in August 2008 through Slanted Records. ...
  10. (Satisfied (David Grisman/John Sebastian album)) Satisfied is an album by American musicians David Grisman and John Sebastian, released in 2007. The two met 41 years before this recording and were part of the band The Even Dozen Jug Band in 1964. ...
  11. (Satisfied (Jewel song)) "Satisfied" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by American recording artist Jewel. It was released in May 2010, and serves as the second single from her second country album, Sweet and Wild, which was released on June 8, 2010 via Valory Music Group.
  12. (Satisfied (Richard Marx song)) "Satisfied" is a song recorded by Richard Marx for his second album, Repeat Offender, which went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
  13. (Satisfied (song)) "Satisfied" was the second single released from Squeeze's ninth album, Play, in the UK, and the first in the United States. Although only a promotional radio single was released in the US, the song climbed to #3 on the Modern Rock charts there. ...
  14. (Satisfied (Taylor Dayne album)) Satisfied is the fifth studio album released by singer-songwriter Taylor Dayne. It includes the lead single, "Beautiful" which went to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Charts in May 2008. "Crash" was used in a promotional commercial for the ABC network. ...
  15. To do enough; to meet (needs); to fulfill (wishes, requirements); To cause (a sentence) to be true when (the sentence) is interpreted in one's universe
  16. (satisfying) That satisfies, gratifies, pleases or comforts
  17. (satisfying) Searching for and choosing an acceptable, or satisfactory, response to problems and opportunities, rather than trying to make the best decision.
  18. (Satisfied) A judgment is satisfied when the debtor has fulfilled its requirements -- paid the outstanding amount, for example -- and is no longer liable.
  19. (Satisfied) If the consumer has paid all of the money the court says he owes, the public record item is satisfied.
  20. (Satisfied) Paid or performed in full.
  21. (Satisfied) When you have paid all of your outstanding debts – you have “satisfied” your obligations.
  22. (satisfied) From the Latin adverb satis, meaning enough.
  23. to provide a set of data values that makes a logical formula or the antecedent of a rule true.
  24. v gioren gioren, v yoren yoren
  25. An obligation, to discharge.