vt. 履行（条约，义务），遵守，执行（命令等）; 完成（计划等），做完（工作）; 达到（目的），应验（预言等），满足（希望）; 使臻于完善，充分发挥潜在的能力
If you fulfil something such as a promise, dream, or hope, you do what you said or hoped you would do.
President Kaunda fulfilled his promise of announcing a date for the referendum.
To fulfil a task, role, or requirement means to do or be what is required, necessary, or expected.
Without them you will not be able to fulfil the tasks you have before you...
All the necessary conditions were fulfilled.
If something fulfils you, or if you fulfil yourself, you feel happy and satisfied with what you are doing or with what you have achieved.
The war was the biggest thing in her life and nothing after that quite fulfilled her...
They don't like the idea that women can fulfil themselves without the assistance of a man.
1. put in effect;
2. fill or meet a want or need
3. fulfil the requirements or expectations of
perform, conduct, do, execute, fulfil
satisfy, meet, fulfil
Form class to seize form, layer upon layer catch fulfil.
For a while his more clamant needs are fulfil by his mother.
The government should fulfil its pledge.
Will build power project henceforth, want to fulfil systemjob responsibility of project legal person.
Consulted by both sides, sign a contract and fulfil seriously.