Misspelling of fulfill.
To satisfy, carry out, bring to completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.).
‘You made a promise, son, and now you must fulfill it.’;
To emotionally or artistically satisfy; to develop one's gifts to the fullest.
‘This is the most fulfilling work I've ever done.’;
To obey, follow, comply with (a rule, requirement etc.).
‘Unfortunately, you don't fulfill the criteria for extra grants at the present time.’;
(archaic) To fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up.
‘My lady is positively fulfilled of grace.’;
To fill up; to make full or complete.
‘Suffer thou that the children be fulfilled first, for it is not good to take the bread of children and give to hounds.’;
To accomplish or carry into effect, as an intention, promise, or prophecy, a desire, prayer, or requirement, etc.; to complete by performance; to answer the requisitions of; to bring to pass, as a purpose or design; to effectuate.
‘He will, fulfill the desire of them fear him.’; ‘Here Nature seems fulfilled in all her ends.’; ‘Servants must their masters' minds fulfill.’;
put in effect;
‘carry out a task’; ‘execute the decision of the people’; ‘He actioned the operation’;
fulfil the requirements or expectations of
fill or meet a want or need