fulfilment

noun

Definitions of fulfilment

  • the act of doing something that someone has promised or wanted to do

    "The Russian President and the German Chancellor differ on the issue of the fulfillment of the Geneva agreements."

Phrase Bank for fulfilment

  • This entire agreement (save for the provisions of clauses 3, 4.3, 5.7 (the last sentence), 9, 10 and clauses 12 to 18 (both inclusive), which shall be of immediate force and effect), shall be subject to the fulfilment of the conditions precedent that, by not later than 15 June 2004.

  • In order to facilitate fulfilment of the commitments undertaken in Section 2.2.1.1 above and to optimise their respective portfolios, the Parties hereby undertake, on the terms and conditions foreseen in general terms under this Framework Agreement that …

  • As security for the correct fulfilment of this Agreement the Buyers shall pay a deposit of 10%.

  • This entire agreement (save in respect of this clause 4 and clauses 6 to 10 (both inclusive), which shall be of immediate force and effect) shall be subject to the fulfilment of the conditions precedent, by not later than 1 November 2017.

  • Expenses: In addition to the Fee, the CONSULTANT shall be reimbursed for all reasonable expenses incurred by the CONSULTANT in the fulfilment of the Services, the whole upon the presentation of appropriate receipts or vouchers.

  • CommonSense Robotics, an Israel-based startup developing AI and robotics tech to help online grocery retailers speed up fulfilment and delivery, has raised $20 million in Series A funding.

  • Target is expanding its delivery and fulfilment options.

Additional Notes for fulfilment

  • fulfil (verb) to do, perform or provide what has been agreed (eg under a contract): Your client has failed to fulfil its obligations under the contract.

  • While dictionaries commonly state that the spelling fulfilment is British English and fulfillment is American English, both spellings are common in both varieties of English. However, the fulfilment spelling is now the most common.