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satisfiedadjective

uk   /ˈsæt.ɪs.faɪd/  us   /ˈsæt̬-/

satisfied adjective (WANTING)

B1 pleased because you have got what you wanted, or because something has happened in the way that you wanted: Some people are never satisfied! a satisfied smile Are you satisfied with the new arrangement?
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satisfied adjective (BELIEVING)

C1 [after verb, + , that] If you are satisfied that something is true, you believe it: The judge was satisfied (that) she was telling the truth.
Translations of “satisfied”
in Korean 만족한…
in Arabic راضٍ…
in Portuguese satisfeito…
in Catalan satisfet…
in Japanese 満足した…
in Italian soddisfatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 想要, 滿足的, 滿意的…
in Russian удовлетворенный, довольный…
in Turkish tatmin olmuş, memnun, memnunluk duyan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 想要, 满足的, 满意的…
in Polish zadowolony…
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