gratification

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English - Turkish
{i} memnuniyet
(Tıp) Herhangi bir arzunun yerine gelişiyle hasıl olan ruhsal rahatlama, tatmin, memnuniyet
(Tıp) gratifikasyon
(Kanun) lütuf
(Askeri) taltif
tatminkar
haz
sevinç
mükâfat
neşe
hoşnutluk
{i} para ödülü
{i} ek ödeme
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) doyum (freud)
{i} ikramiye
{i} zevk

Bu iş ona biraz zevk verdi. - That job gave him little gratification.

{i} iftihar
{i} zevk veren şey
ödül/tatmin
doyum
(Kanun) cemile
gratify
memnun etmek
gratify
mutlu etmek
gratify
sevindir

Doğru şeyi yap. Bu bazı insanları sevindirecek ve geriye kalanını şaşırtacak. - Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest.

gratify
hoşnut etmek
self gratification
kendini haz
gratify
tatmin etmek
gratify
gratifyingly hoşa gidecek surette
gratify
{f} kendini kaptırmak
gratify
{f} gidermek
gratify
{f} sevindirmek
gratify
tatmin ederek
gratify
tatmin et
English - English
The act of gratifying, or pleasing, either the mind, the taste, or the appetite; as, the gratification of the palate, of the appetites, of the senses, of the desires, of the heart
That which affords pleasure; satisfaction; enjoyment; fruition: delight
A reward; a recompense; a gratuity
satisfaction
{n} pleasure, delight, a reward, a gift
the act or an instance of satisfying state of being gratified; great satisfaction; "dull repetitious work gives no gratification"; "to my immense gratification he arrived on time
state of being gratified; great satisfaction; "dull repetitious work gives no gratification"; "to my immense gratification he arrived on time"
the act or an instance of satisfying
{i} satisfaction, fulfillment; pleasure
oral gratification
In Freudian psychology, the satisfaction felt in infancy when the need for food, especially from the mother's breast, is fulfilled, and which in later life can be associated with such dysfunctional behaviors as excessive eating, drinking, or smoking

These experiences left him with a rather unsteady control over his angry impulses, particularly when denied oral gratification such as a drink of liquor.

gratify
to please, as by satisfying a physical or mental desire or need
gratify
{v} to indulge, delight, please, requite
gratifications
plural of gratification
gratify
If you are gratified by something, it gives you pleasure or satisfaction. Mr. Dambar was gratified by his response. + gratified grati·fied He was gratified to hear that his idea had been confirmed They were gratified that America kept its promise. + gratifying grati·fy·ing We took a chance and we've won. It's very gratifying. + gratification grati·fi·ca·tion He is waiting for them to recognise him and eventually they do, much to his gratification
gratify
To please; to make content; to satisfy
gratify
To please; to give pleasure to; to satisfy; to soothe; to indulge; as, to gratify the taste, the appetite, the senses, the desires, the mind, etc
gratify
make happy or satisfied
gratify
{f} satisfy, please, fulfill, gladden, delight
gratify
yield (to); give satisfaction to
gratify
To requite; to recompense
gratify
If you gratify your own or another person's desire, you do what is necessary to please yourself or them. We gratified our friend's curiosity = satisfy + gratification grati·fi·ca·tion sexual gratification
postponement of gratification
act of delaying satisfaction till a later date or time
self-gratification
the act of satisfying your own desires and giving yourself pleasure
self-gratification
indiscipline with regard to sensuous pleasures
gratification
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