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sa·ti·ate

 (sā′shē-āt′)
tr.v. sa·ti·at·ed, sa·ti·at·ing, sa·ti·ates
1. To satisfy (an appetite, for example) fully.
2. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.
adj. (-ĭt) Archaic
Filled to satisfaction.

[Middle English saciaten, from Latin satiāre, satiāt-, from satis, sufficient; see sā- in Indo-European roots.]

sa′ti·a′tion n.

satiated

(ˈseɪʃɪeɪtɪd)
adj
formal filled or supplied beyond capacity or desire
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Adj.1.satiated - supplied (especially fed) to satisfaction
Translations

satiated

[ˈseɪʃɪeɪtɪd] ADJ (with food) → harto; (with pleasures) → saciado

satiated

[ˈseɪʃieɪtɪd] adjrepu(e), rassasié(e)

satiated

a. saciado-a.
References in classic literature ?
"By no means," replied the Fox; "pray do not molest them." "How is this?' said the Hedgehog; "do you not want to be rid of them?' "No," returned the Fox, "for these flies which you see are full of blood, and sting me but little, and if you rid me of these which are already satiated, others more hungry will come in their place, and will drink up all the blood I have left."
This compliment, which savored so little of flattery, gave a thrill of joy to the man whom already Europe considered a hero; and who might be thought to be satiated with praise.
All the dishes permitted and approved, which those four great kitchens called the four faculties could elaborate and serve to the understanding, he had devoured, and had been satiated with them before his hunger was appeased.
"You really ought to come to us for mother's sake, as a relish, you know, for she must be perfectly satiated with boys," began Archie, using the strongest argument he could think of at the moment.
The numerous raiding parties which had been constantly upon the road during the days they had spent in this rich district had loaded the extra sumpter beasts with rich and valuable booty and the men, for the time satiated with fighting and loot, turned their faces toward Torn with evident satisfaction.
Richard at that instant thrusting a mug before him, his features changed to the grin of idiocy, and seizing the vessel with both hands, he sank backward on the bench and drank until satiated, when he made an effort to lay aside the mug with the helplessness of total inebriety.
At the general shop, at the butcher's and at the public-house, they evinced an inquiring spirit never to he satiated. Their especial interest in the public-house would seem to imply some latent rakishness in the canine character; for little was eaten there, and they, having no taste for beer or tobacco (Mrs Hubbard's dog is said to have smoked, but proof is wanting), could only have been attracted by sympathy with loose convivial habits.
'The implacable animosity of Heyling, so far from being satiated by the success of his persecution, increased a hundredfold with the ruin he inflicted.
Having satiated itself with the swans, having exhausted the lake, the general curiosity reverted to the break in the trees at the farther end--remarked a startlingly artificial object, intruding itself on the scene, in the shape of a large red curtain, which hung between two of the tallest firs, and closed the prospect beyond from view--requested an explanation of the curtain from Julius Delamayn--and received for answer that the mystery should be revealed on the arrival of his wife with the tardy remainder of the guests who had loitered about the house.
This shadow looked satiated and calm, as though for the moment it had had its fill of all the emotions.
Currency dealers said that following air space violation by India, dollar rates increased as demand shot up which was subsequently satiated by the State Bank of Pakistan which started supplying dollars in the market.
This widely-held perception is alarming and it truly exposes the multifaceted nature of poverty, which is well beyond satiated hunger and worldly possessions.