Definition of 'satisfied'

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Their wives and girlfriends are also more likely to be less satisfied with them as partners. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We continue to work longer hours and feel less satisfied. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The most satisfied students are often not at universities with the best employment prospects. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But there was no concealing a satisfied smile. The Sun (2013)We are still happy and very satisfied with him. The Sun (2012)Spicy food is full of flavour so we reckon that it helps you to feel more satisfied. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has gained enthusiastic reviews from the critics and happy plaudits from satisfied diners. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Research shows that we feel satisfied when we eat a certain weight of food. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said she was very healthy and very satisfied and happy. The Sun (2011)Our support network means satisfied students. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They left having put a satisfied smile on the faces of 4,000 of their fans. The Sun (2014)Nursing, medical technology and other subjects allied to medicine produce the most satisfied students. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I wanted to be left completely satisfied. The Sun (2012)We spend years working like crazy, but often feel less and less satisfied and more and more anxious. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The report found that Britons feel neither more nor less satisfied with their lives than before the financial crash. Times, Sunday Times (2015)FOR the female half of the population, it may bring a satisfied smile. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Throw a very French sommelier into the mix and you are made to feel like a very full and satisfied Tudor royal. The Sun (2015)Dad is an emotionally complete and satisfied person, much more so than I am. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you don't trust yourself to stop at one, you might as well have a proper slice of carrot cake and feel completely satisfied. The Sun (2011)

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Translations for 'satisfied'

British English: satisfied /ˈsætɪsˌfaɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are satisfied with something, you are pleased because you have got what you wanted.
We are not satisfied with these results.
  • American English: satisfied
  • Arabic: راضٍ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: satisfeito
  • Chinese: 满足的
  • Croatian: zadovoljan
  • Czech: spokojený
  • Danish: tilfreds
  • Dutch: tevreden
  • European Spanish: satisfecho
  • Finnish: tyytyväinen
  • French: satisfait
  • German: zufrieden
  • Greek: ικανοποιημένος
  • Italian: soddisfatto
  • Japanese: 満足した
  • Korean: 만족한
  • Norwegian: fornøyd
  • Polish: zadowolony
  • European Portuguese: satisfeito
  • Romanian: satisfăcut
  • Russian: удовлетворенный
  • Spanish: satisfecho
  • Swedish: nöjd
  • Thai: พอใจ
  • Turkish: tatmin olmuş
  • Ukrainian: задоволений
  • Vietnamese: thỏa mãn


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