To satisfy, carry out, bring to completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.). (verb)
To emotionally or artistically satisfy; to develop one's gifts to the fullest. (verb)
To obey, follow, comply with (a rule, requirement etc.). (verb)
Examples of word fulfil
To silence this explication it will be sufficient to produce a few out of many passages of the New Testament where the term fulfil occurs in connexion with the term law.
The word fulfil, also, means sometimes to teach or inculcate, Co 1: 25.
The fact that this company had contracts to fulfil is beside the issue because the other mine owners had like obligations.
The minister can thus also personally care for the burial of the dead; and, in short, fulfil with solicitude and concern all the demands and obligations of his office as a priest, and in the care of souls.
Even a Reaganite says Bush didn’t fulfil is obligations.