Fulfill [verb]

Definition of Fulfill:

bring to completion

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Sentence/Example of Fulfill:

While Qualtrics’ IPO Thursday certainly doesn’t fulfill SAP original intent, the investment has paid off, at least on paper.

Video games vary wildly from one title to the next and fulfill so many functions beyond mere idle amusement.

The already tight TV and streaming ad markets make it hard to see how the media conglomerate could come up with enough new impressions to fulfill that demand.

Besides, most agencies will have referrals or be able to point you in the right direction to help support the need you are looking to fulfill.

Schmidt recently spoke with Quartz about the prospects for entrepreneurs in the middle of a pandemic, the value of bootstrapping a small business, and why not every company needs a higher purpose to fulfill a mission.

Given the range of needs that GPS fulfills, they recommended that “a diverse universe of positioning and navigation technologies” be used to add resiliency in this infrastructure.

It is the threat of the monster that fulfills the purpose of horror film, namely, to induce fear and anxiety in the audience.

He was pleading with them to fulfill the request that Capitol Police was making.

At the end of the day, if I’m on the court, I’ve got a job to fulfill and I’ve got assignments to tend to regardless of what’s going on.

Perhaps the best kind of freedom, then, is the one that allows you to fulfill your wishes and desires in a productive and sustainable manner.