C1 to do something that is expected, hoped for, or promised, or to cause it to happen实现；达到；履行，执行
She doubts whether she'll ever be able to fulfil her ambition.
The captain was demoted to sergeant for failing to fulfil his duties.
As a child I was quite a good dancer, but I didn't fulfil my early promise.
Traditional ways of life fulfilled both economic and spiritual needs.
As a partner he fulfils all my main criteria.
C2 to satisfy someone or to make someone feel happy满足；使满意
Motherhood fulfilled me.
The job pays well but it doesn't fulfil me.
I'm looking for work that will fulfil me.
Spiritually, my way of life didn't fulfil me.
Fame and fortune was all well and good but it didn't fulfil me.