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sat·is·fied

 (săt′ĭs-fīd′)
adj.
Full of or showing satisfaction: a very satisfied customer; a satisfied look.

satisfied

If you are satisfied with something, you are pleased with it, because it is what you wanted.

Children at this age are satisfied with simple answers.
Are you satisfied with the pay structure in your company?

You can use adverbs such as well and completely in front of satisfied.

He was well satisfied with the progress that had been made so far.
We were quite satisfied with the catalogue.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.satisfied - filled with satisfaction; "a satisfied customer"
content, contented - satisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are; "a contented smile"
2.satisfied - allayed; "his thirst quenched he was able to continue"
mitigated - made less severe or intense; "he gladly accepted the mitigated penalty"

satisfied

adjective
2. smug, triumphant, complacent, self-satisfied, pleased with yourself, like the cat that swallowed the canary (informal), pleased a satisfied look
3. sure, smug, certain, convinced, positive, free from doubt, easy in your mind People must be satisfied that the treatment is safe.

satisfied

adjective
Having achieved satisfaction, as of one's goal:
Translations
راضٍراضٍ عن، مَسْرور
spokojený
tilfreds
tyytyväinen
zadovoljan
ánægîur
満足した
만족한
zadovoljen
nöjd
พอใจ
tatmin olmuştatmin/memnun olmuş
thỏa mãn

satisfied

[ˈsætɪsfaɪd] adj [person, customer] → satisfait(e)
a satisfied customer → un(e) client(e) satisfait(e)
to be satisfied with sth → être satisfait(e) de qch

satisfied

adj
(= content) person, customerzufrieden; to be satisfied with somethingmit etw zufrieden sein; you’ll have to be satisfied with thatSie werden sich damit zufriedengeben or begnügen or bescheiden (geh)müssen; not satisfied with that he …damit noch immer nicht zufrieden, er …; (are you) satisfied? (iro)(bist du nun) zufrieden?; you’ve really upset her now, I hope you’re satisfiedsie ist ganz außer sich, bist du jetzt zufrieden?; with a satisfied look on his facemit einem zufriedenen Gesichtsausdruck
(= certain, = convinced)überzeugt; to be satisfied that …der Überzeugung sein, dass …; they were not satisfied with the answerssie waren mit den Antworten nicht zufrieden

satisfied

[ˈsætɪsˌfaɪd] adj (person, voice, customer) → soddisfatto/a
I'm not satisfied with that → ciò non mi basta
I am satisfied that ... → sono convinto or sicuro che...

satisfy

(ˈsӕtisfai) verb
1. to give (a person) enough of what is wanted or needed to take away hunger, curiosity etc. The apple didn't satisfy my hunger; I told him enough to satisfy his curiosity.
2. to please. She is very difficult to satisfy.
ˌsatisˈfaction (-ˈfӕkʃən) noun
1. the act of satisfying or state of being satisfied. the satisfaction of desires.
2. pleasure or contentment. Your success gives me great satisfaction.
ˌsatisˈfactory (-ˈfӕktəri) adjective
(negative unsatisfactory) giving satisfaction; good enough to satisfy. Your work is not satisfactory; The condition of the sick man is satisfactory.
ˌsatisˈfactorily (-ˈfӕktə-) adverb
ˈsatisfied adjective
(sometimes with with) pleased. I'm satisfied with his progress; a satisfied customer.
ˈsatisfying adjective
pleasing. The story had a satisfying ending.

satisfied

راضٍ spokojený tilfreds zufrieden ικανοποιημένος satisfecho tyytyväinen satisfait zadovoljan soddisfatto 満足した 만족한 tevreden fornøyd zadowolony satisfeito удовлетворенный nöjd พอใจ tatmin olmuş thỏa mãn 满足的

satisfied

a. satisfecho-a, contento-a.
References in classic literature ?
Their usefulness did not depend on making the patient swallow substances for the most part harmful (the harm was scarcely perceptible, as they were given in small doses), but they were useful, necessary, and indispensable because they satisfied a mental need of the invalid and of those who loved her- and that is why there are, and always will be, pseudo-healers, wise women, homeopaths, and allopaths.
Laugh away; I will put up with any mockery rather than pretend that I am satisfied when I am hungry.
There is a sort of ridiculous delicacy about him which requires the fullest explanation of whatever he may have heard to my disadvantage, and is never satisfied till he thinks he has ascertained the beginning and end of everything.
Thanks, my brave lover; but as you are satisfied of my love, you must, in your turn, satisfy me of yours.
The next morning we talked of it again, when I found he was fully satisfied, and, smiling, said he hoped I would not want money and not tell him of it, and that I had promised him otherwise.
Pontellier was accepted and taken for granted, she was apparently satisfied that it should be so.
You must be satisfied with such admiration as I can honestly give.
Bennet would have been very miserable; but being satisfied on seeing her that her illness was not alarming, she had no wish of her recovering immediately, as her restoration to health would probably remove her from Netherfield.
Not satisfied with questions, he carefully examined the great organs of life.
Upon this, Wilkins was immediately summoned; who having confirmed what the captain had said, was by Mr Allworthy, by and with the captain's advice, dispatched to Little Baddington, to inform herself of the truth of the fact: for the captain exprest great dislike at all hasty proceedings in criminal matters, and said he would by no means have Mr Allworthy take any resolution either to the prejudice of the child or its father, before he was satisfied that the latter was guilty; for though he had privately satisfied himself of this from one of Partridge's neighbours, yet he was too generous to give any such evidence to Mr Allworthy.
But concerning his subjects, when affairs outside are disturbed he has only to fear that they will conspire secretly, from which a prince can easily secure himself by avoiding being hated and despised, and by keeping the people satisfied with him, which it is most necessary for him to accomplish, as I said above at length.
To all this and much more that Anselmo said to Lothario to persuade him to come to his house as he had been in the habit of doing, Lothario replied with so much prudence, sense, and judgment, that Anselmo was satisfied of his friend's good intentions, and it was agreed that on two days in the week, and on holidays, Lothario should come to dine with him; but though this arrangement was made between them Lothario resolved to observe it no further than he considered to be in accordance with the honour of his friend, whose good name was more to him than his own.