fulfil fulfil


  1. (v) put in effect
  2. (v) fill or meet a want or need
  3. (v) meet the requirements or expectations of


  1. And when he returns to fulfil the plan, you won't be going up there to him, he'll be coming down here.
  2. But to fulfil that promise, Keo Thea has his work cut out.
  3. Well-loved of me, discerning to fulfil This labour, by slow prudence to make mild A rugged people, and through soft degrees Subdue them to the useful and the good.


  • Italian retailers jeer minister over sales tax

    ROME (Reuters) - Delegates at a retail conference in Rome jeered Italian Industry Minister Flavio Zanonato on Wednesday after he said he was unsure if the government would be able to fulfil its aim of ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "My sadness has only grown as the disaster continues. To be sure, neither I nor the company is perfect," Hayward said. "But we are unwavering in our commitment to fulfil all our responsibilities."
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Tony Hayward Source: New Zealand Herald

  2. He explained, "I just think it's time. I want to fulfil my contract. When I first signed on, I had a contract for seven seasons, and this coming year is my seventh. I just thought it was time for my character to go.......... It doesn't certainly...
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Steve Carell Source: Starpulse.com

  3. "I will be the first one to step up and tell our Board of Directors if I can no longer continue to fulfil my duties as Apple's CEO," Jobs said in a statement, breaking his silence about his health for the first time in months.
    on Jan 5, 2009 By: Steve Jobs Source: Reuters UK

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