Definition of satisfaction in English:
- Whatever pleasures or satisfactions can be found are highly dependent on things being exactly the way they are desired.
- And the plot amply delivers the expected satisfactions of an intricate puzzle adroitly solved.
- The winter equinox brings with it many small satisfactions as you review your achievements over the last six months, and plan ahead for the coming spring and summer.
- There is nothing in writing from either party that the cheque was to be accepted as payment in full satisfaction of the plaintiffs' accounts.
- It provided for a lump sum payment by the Husband to the Wife, in satisfaction of all claims which the Wife might have against the Husband.
- The judgment debt is no longer recoverable by the various processes normally available for satisfaction of judgment debts.
- And if you don't get satisfaction there, then there probably is a consumer affairs office at your attorney general.
- Candidates can adopt a few simple guidelines to ensure that they get satisfaction when dealing with recruitment agencies.
- If you don't get satisfaction from state agencies, hire an independent insurance adjuster.
to one's satisfaction
- So that one is satisfied: some amendments were made, not entirely to his satisfactionMore example sentences
- And if things are not to your satisfaction, they try to work with you to find a satisfactory solution.
- The police have said that he's answered all questions to their satisfaction.
- He could not explain it to my satisfaction and it was totally unacceptable.
Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin satisfactio(n-), from satisfacere 'satisfy, content' (see satisfy). The earliest recorded use referred to the last part of religious penance after “contrition” and “confession”: this involved fulfillment of the observance required by the confessor, in contrast with the current meaning 'fulfillment of one's own expectations'.
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