unfulfilling


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unfulfilling

(ˌʌnfʊlˈfɪlɪŋ)
adj
failing to satisfy one's desires or ambitions
Translations

unfulfilling

[ˈʌnfʊlˈfɪlɪŋ] ADJ he finds his job unfulfillingsu trabaja no le llena (lo suficiente), no se siente realizado en su trabajo
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16), he talks about how he quit an unfulfilling corporate job and decided to complete marathons in all 59 national parks.
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Creating a vicious cycle of jealousy and self-importance, the researchers say Facebook leads users to feel their lives are unfulfilling by comparison, and react by creating posts that portray their best selves.
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