i like all variations herein:
: to put into effect : EXECUTE
He fulfilled his pledge to cut taxes.
Excution of an irreversible process, leading to complete liberation (at the moment of stream entry)
: to meet the requirements of (a business order)
Their order for more TVs was promptly fulfilled.
to meet the requirements for "full liberation"
: to measure up to : SATISFY
She hasn't yet fulfilled the requirements needed to graduate.
Satisfy the requirements needed for liberation
: to bring to an end
she came to install herself and fulfill her time at the house
— Willa Cather
to bring to an end "of phenomenal realm"
: to develop the full potentialities of
He has a lot of talent, but he hasn't really fulfilled his potential.
full potentialities have been developed at Nirodha
: to convert into reality
a sense of the failure of life to fulfill its ultimate expectations
— Leslie Rees
Realization of the fourth reality of "yes, noumenal realm, that is", kind of.
archaic : to make full : FILL
her subtle, warm, and golden breath … fulfills him with beatitude
— Alfred Tennyson
Opposite of "emptiness", in some