1 bring about, achieve, accomplish, bring or carry to completion, carry out, complete, consummate, discharge, live up to, abide by, observe, realize, effect, bring or carry off, carry through, keep, satisfy, do, perform, execute, effectuate, achieve:
I trust that you will fulfil all your obligations. Will she ever fulfil her ambition to be a virtuoso pianist?
2 answer, satisfy, meet, implement, look or see to, conform to or with, comply with, obey:
This hammer will fulfil my needs for the moment. Will your new assistant be able to fulfil your requirements?
He amply fulfilled the weight of expectation that they had placed on him.
| completely | not quite
Turkey is a market that has never quite fulfilled its potential.
| adequately | properly | effectively | successfully | admirably
The building is still fulfilling its original purpose admirably.
| finally, ultimately
VERB + FULFIL
be able/unable to, can/could
Alan was finally able to fulfil his promise to Sarah.
Students must fulfil the following entry criteria.
| seek to, try to | fail to
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