رضى, سر, وفى ب, عوض, وفى بمطالب أو شروط
Verb(1) meet the requirements or expectations of(2) make happy or satisfied(3) fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction
(1) Basically they have taken too much debt and are currently restructuring in order to satisfy their creditors.(2) A servant's use of his private car for transport during the course of his duties does not satisfy the conditions set out above.(3) It is a pleasure to note that despite his concise format, Chew's work may be the first to satisfy the demands for documentation that historians typically make of books they use.(4) The case itself involved a claim by the executor of an estate to retain part of a legacy due to a legatee sufficient to satisfy a debt due by the legatee to the estate.(5) Decentralizing measures introduced to satisfy local demands may lead to macroeconomic instability if fiscal imprudence by subnational entities is not vigorously disciplined.(6) there was insufficient collateral to satisfy the loan(7) wealth, the promise of the eighties, has failed to satisfy(8) So far, the car manufacturer has managed to cut only 2,400 jobs, largely through voluntary redundancies and this is not enough to satisfy its creditors.(9) The administration walked a political and social tightrope as it tried to satisfy the conflicting demands of all these constituencies.(10) The pledge confers on the creditor a right to sell the chattel involved and to satisfy the debt from the proceeds.(11) The law didn't satisfy the demand for bodies: there weren't nearly enough condemned murderers to go around.(12) Two million acres of Creek land was given to the new colony of Georgia so it could be sold to satisfy debts to British traders.(13) Financial engineering provides the capability to craft any type of security or any instrument to satisfy the demand of would be speculators or investors.(14) Whether it would be sufficient to satisfy extraordinary demands such as those of national defense in today's world is, of course, quite another story.(15) The Monegasque government has had to find innovative ways to satisfy the demand for construction: the use of land reclaimed from the sea.(16) In the spring of 1997 he and Coleman devised a private plan to satisfy his creditors.
(1) to satisfy :: لتلبية
1. fulfill ::
2. convince ::
3. comply with ::
4. repay ::
5. gratify ::
1. breach ::
2. break ::
3. transgress ::
4. violate ::
Different Formssatisfies, satisfy, satisfying
Word Example from TV Shows
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I don't abuse them to SATISFY royal whims
or force them to abuse each other.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10
...and in no mood
to SATISFY your need for approval.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 11
...to SATISFY your need for intimacy.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 15
Do you think you can SATISFY
your need for a relationship...
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 3
...and SATISFY your women
without pharmaceutical help.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 6
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