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We found 4 words, 2 kanji, and 82 examples matching '満足'
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1. satisfaction; contentment; complacency  (see also: 不満, 不満足)
2. sufficient; enough; adequate; proper  (opposite: 不足)
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noun
(degree of) satisfaction
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expression, irregular godan verb 'iku/yuku'
to be satisfied
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4 3
noun
feeling of satisfaction
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Kanji search: 2 matches
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マン   full   みちる to become full   みたす to fill, fulfill   
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リョウ    both   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
サン   やま mountain   
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wide
grass   
スイ   みず water   
ソク   あし foot; leg   た to add   た    たりる to be sufficient   
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わたし
その
しごと
仕事
やり
えて
まんぞく
満足
です
I had the satisfaction of finishing the work.
まんぞく
満足
です
That hit the spot.
まんぞく
満足
いろ
かれ
かお
かんだ

A look of contentment appeared on his face.
そうしてもらったら
わたし
まんぞく
満足

It would be a satisfaction to me.
その
せつめい
説明
まんぞく
満足
いくものなかった
His explanation was not satisfactory.
 
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