1meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone):I have never been satisfied with my job
fulfil (a desire or need):social services is trying to satisfy the needs of so many different groups
adequately meet or comply with (a condition, obligation, or demand):the whole team is working flat out to satisfy demand
pay off (a debt or creditor):there was insufficient collateral to satisfy the loan
2provide (someone) with adequate or convincing information or proof about something: [with object and clause]:people need to be satisfied that the environmental assessments are accuratethe chief engineer satisfied himself that it was not a weapon
3 Mathematics (of a quantity) make (an equation) true.
satisfy the examiners
British reach the standard required to pass an examination.