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There are 59 total results for your satisfaction search.

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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Japanese etsu / えつ Japanese self-satisfaction; rejoicing; (female given name) Yoroko; (surname, female given name) Etsu; (female given name) Ayuka

会心

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Japanese kaishin / かいしん Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) congeniality; satisfaction; (place-name) Kaishin

兩清


两清

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Mandarin liǎng qīng / liang3 qing1
Taiwan liang ch`ing / liang ching
Chinese loan settled (business term); business complete to the satisfaction of both parties

円満

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Japanese enman / えんまん Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) perfection; harmony; peace; smoothness; completeness; satisfaction; integrity; (surname) Marumitsu; (place-name) Enman; (surname) Enma

喜足

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Mandarin xǐ zú / xi3 zu2
Taiwan hsi tsu
Japanese kitaru / きたる
Japanese (personal name) Kitaru
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

堪能

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Mandarin kān néng / kan1 neng2
Taiwan k`an neng / kan neng
Japanese kannō / たんのう
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (noun or adjectival noun) (1) proficient; skillful; (noun/participle) (2) enjoying; satisfaction; satiation; having one's fill (of); (noun or adjectival noun) (1) proficient; skillful; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) (Buddhist term) patience; perseverance; fortitude
Ability to bear, or undertake; capable

暗喜

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Mandarin àn xǐ / an4 xi3
Taiwan an hsi
Chinese hidden smile; smirk; to rejoice covertly; secret satisfaction concerning one's evil plans

本望

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Mandarin běn wàng / ben3 wang4
Taiwan pen wang
Japanese honmou / honmo / ほんもう
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) long-cherished ambition; satisfaction; (female given name) Motomi; (surname) Honmou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

満足

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Japanese michitari / みちたり    manzoku / まんぞく    mansoku / まんそく Japanese (adj-na,n,vs) (1) satisfaction; contentment; complacency; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) sufficient; enough; adequate; proper; (personal name) Michitari; (surname) Manzoku; (surname) Mansoku

滿意

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Mandarin mǎn yì / man3 yi4
Taiwan man i
Chinese satisfied; pleased; to one's satisfaction

滿足


满足

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Mandarin mǎn zú / man3 zu2
Taiwan man tsu
Japanese manzoku / まんぞく
Chinese to satisfy; to meet (the needs of); satisfied; content
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (adj-na,n,vs) (1) satisfaction; contentment; complacency; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) sufficient; enough; adequate; proper
Full, complete; fulfillment

甘心

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Mandarin gān xīn / gan1 xin1
Taiwan kan hsin
Japanese kanshin / かんしん
Chinese to be willing to; to resign oneself to
Japanese (noun/participle) satisfaction

留飲

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Mandarin liú yǐn / liu2 yin3
Taiwan liu yin
Japanese ryuuin / ryuin / りゅういん
Chinese edema (accumulation of interstitial fluids in internal organs); dropsy
Japanese (noun/participle) gloating; satisfaction

知足

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Mandarin zhī zú / zhi1 zu2
Taiwan chih tsu
Japanese tomotaru / ともたる    tomotari / ともたり    chitaru / ちたる    chisoku / ちそく
Chinese content with one's situation; to know contentment (hence happiness)
Japanese (personal name) Tomotaru; (surname, given name) Tomotari; (given name) Chitaru; (g,p) Chisoku
Complete knowledge; satisfaction; be aware that one has had enough

自得

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Mandarin zì dé / zi4 de2
Taiwan tzu te
Japanese jitoku / じとく
Chinese contented; pleased with one's position
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) self-satisfaction; self-complacency; complacency; (2) understanding (on one's own); realizing (through one's own ability); (3) (See 自業自得・じごうじとく) being paid back for one's deeds; (given name) Jitoku

自謙


自谦

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Mandarin zì qiān / zi4 qian1
Taiwan tzu ch`ien / tzu chien
Japanese jiken / じけん
Chinese modest; self-deprecating
Japanese (personal name) Jiken
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

自足

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Mandarin zì zú / zi4 zu2
Taiwan tzu tsu
Japanese jisoku / じそく
Chinese self-sufficient; satisfied with oneself
Japanese (noun/participle) self-sufficiency; self-satisfaction

充足感

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Japanese juusokukan / jusokukan / じゅうそくかん Japanese feeling of fullness; sense of sufficiency; feeling of satisfaction

思う儘

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Japanese omoumama / omomama / おもうまま Japanese to one's heart's content or satisfaction

満腹感

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Japanese manpukukan / まんぷくかん Japanese feeling of a full stomach after a meal; satisfaction of having a full stomach

満足度

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Japanese manzokudo / まんぞくど Japanese (degree of) satisfaction

満足感

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Japanese manzokukan / まんぞくかん Japanese feeling of satisfaction

滿足感

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Mandarin mǎn zú gǎn / man3 zu2 gan3
Taiwan man tsu kan
Chinese sense of satisfaction

生死園


生死园

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Mandarin shēng sǐ yuán / sheng1 si3 yuan2
Taiwan sheng ssu yüan
Japanese shōji en
The garden of life-and-death. This mortal world in which the unenlightened find their satisfaction; garden of birth and death

自己満

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Japanese jikoman;jikoman / じこまん;ジコマン Japanese (abbreviation) (slang) (See 自己満足) self-satisfaction; (self-)complacency

キタコレ

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Japanese kitakore / キタコレ Japanese (expression) (slang) (kana only) (expression of) satisfaction; achievement

ジコマン

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Japanese jikoman / ジコマン Japanese (abbreviation) (slang) self-satisfaction; (self-)complacency

三方よし

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Japanese sanpouyoshi / sanpoyoshi / さんぽうよし    sanbouyoshi / sanboyoshi / さんぼうよし Japanese (expression) everybody doing well (e.g. purchaser, buyer and society); three-way satisfaction; all three parties doing well

三方良し

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Japanese sanpouyoshi / sanpoyoshi / さんぽうよし    sanbouyoshi / sanboyoshi / さんぼうよし Japanese (expression) everybody doing well (e.g. purchaser, buyer and society); three-way satisfaction; all three parties doing well

代償満足

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Japanese daishoumanzoku / daishomanzoku / だいしょうまんぞく Japanese vicarious satisfaction

代物弁済

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Japanese daibutsubensai / だいぶつべんさい Japanese {law} payment in substitutes; accord and satisfaction; substitute performance

八方円満

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Japanese happouenman / happoenman / はっぽうえんまん Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (yoji) to the satisfaction of all parties; all sides being happy and satisfied

制約充足

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Japanese seiyakujuusoku / seyakujusoku / せいやくじゅうそく Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) constraint satisfaction

大快人心

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Mandarin dà kuài rén xīn / da4 kuai4 ren2 xin1
Taiwan ta k`uai jen hsin / ta kuai jen hsin
Chinese to the satisfaction of everyone

思い通り

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Japanese omoidoori / おもいどおり Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) as one expects; as one wants; to one's satisfaction; as one sees fit

思うまま

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Japanese omoumama / omomama / おもうまま Japanese to one's heart's content or satisfaction

悦に入る

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Japanese etsuniiru / etsuniru / えつにいる Japanese (exp,v5r) to be pleased; to gloat; to glow with self-satisfaction

来たこれ

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Japanese kitakore / きたこれ Japanese (expression) (slang) (kana only) (expression of) satisfaction; achievement

満悦至極

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Japanese manetsushigoku / まんえつしごく Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (yoji) highly delighted; very pleased; deeply satisfied; brimming over with satisfaction

皆大歡喜


皆大欢喜

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Mandarin jiē dà huān xǐ / jie1 da4 huan1 xi3
Taiwan chieh ta huan hsi
Japanese kai dai kanki
Chinese to everyone's delight and satisfaction; As You Like It, comedy by Shakespeare
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

自己満足

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Japanese jikomanzoku / じこまんぞく Japanese (n,vs,adj-na) (yoji) self-satisfaction; (self-)complacency; smugness

裒斂無厭

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Mandarin póu liǎn wú yàn / pou2 lian3 wu2 yan4
Taiwan p`ou lien wu yen / pou lien wu yen
Chinese to accumulate wealth without satisfaction; to continually plunder (idiom)

顧客満足

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Japanese kokakumanzoku(p);kokyakumanzoku / こかくまんぞく(P);こきゃくまんぞく Japanese customer satisfaction

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Japanese kitakore / きたこれ Japanese (expression) (slang) (kana only) (expression of) satisfaction; achievement

思いどおり

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Japanese omoidoori / おもいどおり Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) as one expects; as one wants; to one's satisfaction; as one sees fit

思うがまま

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Japanese omougamama / omogamama / おもうがまま Japanese (expression) (See 思うまま) to one's heart's content or satisfaction

思うように

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Japanese omouyouni / omoyoni / おもうように Japanese (expression) (See 思い通り) as one wishes; the way one wants; to one's satisfaction

顧客満足度

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Japanese kokyakumanzokudo / こきゃくまんぞくど Japanese (degree of) customer satisfaction

にんまり笑う

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Japanese ninmariwarau / にんまりわらう Japanese (exp,v5u) to smile complacently; to smile a smile of satisfaction

制約充足問題

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Japanese seiyakujuusokumondai / seyakujusokumondai / せいやくじゅうそくもんだい Japanese constraint satisfaction problem (esp. in AI); CSP

満面の微笑み

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Japanese manmennohohoemi / まんめんのほほえみ Japanese (exp,n) radiant smile; contented smile; look of complete satisfaction

思うまま;思う儘

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Japanese omoumama / omomama / おもうまま Japanese to one's heart's content or satisfaction

三方よし;三方良し

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Japanese sanpouyoshi;sanbouyoshi / sanpoyoshi;sanboyoshi / さんぽうよし;さんぼうよし Japanese (expression) everybody doing well (e.g. purchaser, buyer and society); three-way satisfaction; all three parties doing well

堪能(ateji)

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Japanese tannou / tanno / たんのう Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (See 堪能・かんのう・1) proficient; skillful; (noun/participle) (2) enjoying; satisfaction; satiation; having one's fill (of)

来たこれ;ktkr

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Japanese kitakore;kitakore / きたこれ;キタコレ Japanese (expression) (slang) (kana only) (expression of) satisfaction; achievement

サティスファクション

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Japanese satisufakushon / サティスファクション Japanese satisfaction

会心の笑みを浮かべる

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Japanese kaishinnoemioukaberu / kaishinnoemiokaberu / かいしんのえみをうかべる Japanese (exp,v1) to smile a smile of satisfaction

思い通り;思いどおり

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Japanese omoidoori / おもいどおり Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) as one expects; as one wants; to one's satisfaction; as one sees fit

満足(P);滿足(oK)

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Japanese manzoku / まんぞく Japanese (adj-na,n,vs) (1) (See 不満,不満足) satisfaction; contentment; complacency; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) (ant: 不足) sufficient; enough; adequate; proper
This page contains 59 results for "satisfaction" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Soup or Bath

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



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