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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} memnuniyet

Anne'in moral bozukluğu Gilbert'in memnuniyeti kadar belirgindi. - Anne's mortification was as evident as Gilbert's satisfaction.

Bu bana büyük memnuniyet verdi. - It gave me great satisfaction.


Ben sadece senin tatminin için yaptım. - I only did it for your satisfaction.

Okumaktan asıl maksadın ne olursa olsun, kitaplar sana her zaman memnuniyet ve tatminkârlık duygusu verecektir. - No matter what your main purpose is in reading, books should never fail to provide contentment and satisfaction.

{i} memnun etme
{i} hoşnutluk

Merak kediyi öldürdü ama hoşnutluk onu yaşama geri getirdi. - Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back to life.

(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) doyum

En büyük nimet sağlık, en büyük zenginlik kanaat, en büyük bağ da vefadır. - Health is the greatest gift; satisfaction the greatest wealth; fidelity the greatest relation.

{i} doygunluk
(Tıp) İstenilne amaca erişmenin veridği memnuniyet hissi, memnuniyet, haz
{i} kefaretin ödenmesi
{i} düello yaparak şerefini koruma
tatmin olma
satisfaction of conditions
(Ticaret) şartların yerine getirilmesi
salary satisfaction
maaş tatmini
accord and satisfaction
(Kanun) mahkeme dışı anlaşma
achieve satisfaction
doyuma ulaşmak
complete satisfaction
mutlak memnuniyet
consumer satisfaction
tüketici memnuniyeti
customer satisfaction
müşteri tatmini
employee satisfaction
(Ticaret) çalışan memnuniyeti
express one's satisfaction
memnuniyetini ifade etmek
özünü beğenme
consumer satisfaction teams
tüketici memnuniyetini takımlar
customer satisfaction
Müşteri memnuniyeti
self satisfaction
kendi kendini memnun etme
kendini tatmin
to satisfaction
user satisfaction
kullanıcı memnuniyeti
demand satisfaction
(Askeri) TALEP KARŞILAMASI: Talep karşılığı ikmali yapılan yetki verilmiş stok listesi maddelerinin yüzde nispeti
marginal satisfaction
(Ticaret) marjinal fayda
marginal satisfaction
(Ticaret) marjinal tatmin
İngilizce - İngilizce
A vindication for a wrong suffered
A fulfillment of a need or desire

He enjoyed the dish with great satisfaction. He'll order it again the next time he arrives.

The pleasure obtained by such fulfillment

This life is not for complaint, but for satisfaction. - Henry David Thoreau.

The source of such gratification
A reparation for an injury or loss
{n} content, pleasure, delight, comfort, atonement, recompense, amends
reparation for an injury or loss
The discharge of an obligation by paying a party what is due (i e , the satisfaction of an IRS lien or the satisfaction of a mortgage)
The payment of a debt which satisfies an obligation
Discharge of lien upon payment of debt
Recorded legal documents that must be done after a lien is paid for
act of fulfilling a desire or need or appetite; "the satisfaction of their demand for better services"
compensation for a wrong; "we were unable to get satisfaction from the local store"
fulfillment of a need or desire
The payment of a debt, which satisfies an obligation
the contentment you feel when you have done something right; "the chef tasted the sauce with great satisfaction"
Settlement of a claim, due, or demand; payment; indemnification; adequate compensation
The discharge of an obligation by paying a party what is due
The human experience of being filled and enriched by their experience
Discharge of mortgage, trust deed or judgment lien from the records upon payment of the evidenced debt
>> Discharge of an obligation by payment of the amount due, as on a mortgage, trust deed or contract or payment of a debt awarded, such as a satisfaction of a judgment
vindication for a wrong suffered
state of being gratified; great satisfaction; "dull repetitious work gives no gratification"; "to my immense gratification he arrived on time"
Satisfaction is the pleasure that you feel when you do something or get something that you wanted or needed to do or get. She felt a small glow of satisfaction Both sides expressed satisfaction with the progress so far
The discharge of an obligation by paying a party what it is due (i e ) liens and judgments
A document acknowledging the payment of a debt, such as a satisfaction of a mortgage
The payment in full of a debt
act of fulfilling a desire or need or appetite; "the satisfaction of their demand for better services" the contentment you feel when you have done something right; "the chef tasted the sauce with great satisfaction
The degree to which a group member feels fulfilled or gratified based upon experiences in the group
Payment of a debt or other obligation
That which satisfies or gratifies; atonement
Remedy in international law that provides for the honor of an injured state to be restored
What customers buy; generally, a combination of a desire and expectation, as fulfilled through a branded product or service
Satisfaction is a weighted ranking that takes into account both the consumer's satisfaction with a factor and how important that factor is to the consumer
If you do something to someone's satisfaction, they are happy with the way that you have done it. It is hard to see how the issue can be resolved to everyone's satisfaction
If you get satisfaction from someone, you get money or an apology from them because you have been treated badly. If you can't get any satisfaction, complain to the park owner
The discharge of a mortgage or a trust deed lien from the records upon payment of the evidence debt
The payment of a debt that satisfies an obligation
{i} appeasement of a desire; gratification of a need; feeling of gratification; pleasure, contentment; compensation, remuneration; placation, appeasement; fulfillment
In real estate practice, an instrument to be recorded on the county recorder's books when a mortgage has been paid in full it is signed by the mortgagee and recites that the debt has been satisfied
the contentment you feel when you have done something right; "the chef tasted the sauce with great satisfaction
The act of satisfying, or the state of being satisfied; gratification of desire; contentment in possession and enjoyment; repose of mind resulting from compliance with its desires or demands
{i} contentment
A feeling of fulfillment or contentment with respect to one's own accomplishments or situation

Without being in any way smug she was radiant with self-satisfaction and well-doing.

accord and satisfaction
A term of contract law by which one party, having complied with its obligation under a contract, accepts some type of compensation from the other party (usually money and of a lesser value) in lieu of enforcing the contract and holding the other party to their obligation This discharges the contract The definition cited by lawyers is usually that found in British Russian Gazette & Trade Outlook Ltd v Associated Newspapers Ltd (1933) 2 K B 616: "Accord and satisfaction is the purchase of a release from an obligation arising under contract or tort by means of any valuable consideration, not being the actual performance of the obligation itself The accord is the agreement by which the obligation is discharged The satisfaction is the consideration which makes the agreement operative "
accord and satisfaction
An agreement ("accord"), and the performance thereof ("satisfaction"), which resolves and discharges a claim; may be stated between the parties or implied by law
accord and satisfaction
agreement whereby both sides waive part of their claims (Law)
accord and satisfaction
A means of discharging a contract or cause of action by which the parties agree (the accord) to alter their obligations and then perform (the satisfaction) the new obligations [ITDS]
accord and satisfaction
A substitution of another agreement between the parties in satisfaction of a former one, and execution of the new agreement
accord and satisfaction
A settlement agreement by which a claim is satisfied and discharged
accord and satisfaction
Annual report
accord and satisfaction
the settlement of a debt by paying less than the amount demanded in exchange for extinguishing the debt
accord and satisfaction
A method of discharging a claim upon agreement by the parties to give and accept something in settlement of the claim
accord and satisfaction
The settlement of an obligation An accord is an agreement by a creditor to accept less than bargained for from a debtor The creditor's acceptance of the accord constitutes satisfaction of the debt
accord and satisfaction
An agreed-to substitution of a different performance for the original obligation, the accord being the agreement and the satisfaction the execution or performance
customer satisfaction
Checking the “pulse” of the customer, assessing levels of satisfaction in a systematic fashion
customer satisfaction
The result of delivering a product or service that meets customer requirements
customer satisfaction
(DoDD 5040 2) A rating based on what the functional experts think their customers would rate the process if they had the opportunity to provide feedback
customer satisfaction
is the degree to which expectations of attributes, customer service, and price have been or are expected to be met
customer satisfaction
A state that results when an exchange meets the needs and expectations of the buyer p 9
customer satisfaction
If the customer's expectations of product quality, service quality, and price are exceeded, a firm will achieve high levels of customer satisfaction and will create "customer delight " If the customer's expectations are not met, customer dissatisfaction will result And the lower the satisfaction level, the more likely the customer is to stop buying from the firm Numerous studies have shown that high levels of customer satisfaction and high rates of customer retention are strongly related to one another and to corporate profitability These studies also find that it costs about five times as much time, money, and resources to obtain a new customer as it does to retain an existing customer
customer satisfaction
Measure or determination that a product or service meets a customer's expectations, considering requirements of both quality and service [also see Quality and Service
customer satisfaction
The company's ability to fulfill the business, emotional, and psychological needs of its customers
customer satisfaction
The extent to which a product's perceived performance matches a buyer's expectations If the product's performance falls short of expectations, the buyer is dissatisfied If performance matches or exceeds expectations, the buyer is satisfied or delighted
customer satisfaction
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customer satisfaction
Feelings toward the purchase
customer satisfaction
The main objective of a marketing-oriented company, whose efforts are aimed at developing a quality relationship with its customers as well as customer loyalty
customer satisfaction
When customers are pleased with the goods or services they have bought, you can refer to customer satisfaction. I really believe that it is possible to both improve customer satisfaction and reduce costs Customer satisfaction with their mobile service runs at more than 90 per cent
demand satisfaction
demand compensation; seek vengeance
express satisfaction at
show contentment with, be pleased with
express satisfaction with
show contentment with, be pleased with
expressed satisfaction
showed contentment with, was pleased with
give satisfaction
gratify, please, satisfy
job satisfaction
The pleasure and feeling of accomplishment employees derive from performing their jobs well
job satisfaction
The degree of personal gratification one receives from one's work
job satisfaction
A collection of attitudes that workers have about their jobs [4]
job satisfaction
Job satisfaction is the pleasure that you get from doing your job. I doubt I'll ever get rich, but I get job satisfaction
job satisfaction
A collection of attitudes that workers have about their jobs
Self-satisfaction is the feeling you have when you are self-satisfied. He tried hard not to smile in smug self-satisfaction. = smugness
the feeling you have when you are satisfied with yourself; "his complacency was absolutely disgusting"
solid satisfaction
true gratification, substantial satisfaction
to his satisfaction
in a way that satisfied him, to his gratification