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sat·is·fac·to·ry

 (săt′ĭs-făk′tə-rē)
adj.
Giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement; adequate. See Synonyms at sufficient.

sat′is·fac′to·ri·ly adv.
sat′is·fac′to·ri·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.satisfactorily - in a satisfactory manner
unsatisfactorily - in an unsatisfactory manner; "He performed unsatisfactorily as a manager"
Translations
بِرِضى
uspokojivě
tilfredsstillende
kielégítõen
á viîunandi hátt
tatmin edici bir şekilde

satisfactorily

[ˌsætɪsˈfæktərɪlɪ] ADVde modo satisfactorio

satisfactorily

[ˌsætɪsˈfæktərəli] advde manière satisfaisante

satisfactorily

advzufriedenstellend; does that answer your question satisfactorily?ist damit Ihre Frage hinreichend beantwortet?; was it done satisfactorily?waren Sie damit zufrieden?; he is progressing satisfactorilyer macht zufriedenstellende Fortschritte pl

satisfactorily

[ˌsætɪsˈfæktrɪlɪ] advin modo soddisfacente

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.
References in classic literature ?
Poets, of course, may be satisfactorily read in volumes of, selections; but to me, at least, a book of brief extracts from twenty or a hundred prose authors is an absurdity.
Here is a vital point; for you must either satisfactorily settle this matter with yourself, or for ever remain an infidel as to one of the most appalling, but not the less true events, perhaps anywhere to be found in all recorded history.
Poor Milicent, I fear, has already fallen a sacrifice to the manoeuvrings of this mistaken mother, who congratulates herself on having so satisfactorily discharged her maternal duty, and hopes to do as well for Esther.
I am glad it has all ended so satisfactorily, And that you are back again," he went on.
It accounted for everything so satisfactorily that he was able to get to sleep that night after all.
But why she liked him she could not explain satisfactorily to herself when she partly attempted to do so.
The improbability of the attempt may be satisfactorily inferred from this single reflection, that it could never be made without causing an immediate revolt of the great body of the people, headed and directed by the State governments.
Everything, however, passed satisfactorily by a lazy and fascinating transition into the sphere of art, that is, into the beautiful forms of life, lying ready, largely stolen from the poets and novelists and adapted to all sorts of needs and uses.
And if it be urged that whoever is armed will act in the same way, whether mercenary or not, I reply that when arms have to be resorted to, either by a prince or a republic, then the prince ought to go in person and perform the duty of a captain; the republic has to send its citizens, and when one is sent who does not turn out satisfactorily, it ought to recall him, and when one is worthy, to hold him by the laws so that he does not leave the command.
The manner of its departure cannot be satisfactorily ascertained.
I have adjusted my instrument very satisfactorily (I mean the one I carry in my good square German head), and I am not afraid of losing a single drop of this valuable fluid, as it condenses itself upon the plate of my observation.
He was in very good spirits; the affair with the purchaser was going on satisfactorily, and there was nothing to keep him any longer in Moscow, away from the countess whom he missed.