(British fulfil)Translate fulfill | into French | into German | into Spanish
1bring 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.
archaic complete (a period of time or piece of work). 2carry 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