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sate / sāt/ • v. [tr.] satisfy (a desire or an appetite) to the full: sate your appetite at the resort's restaurant. ∎  supply (someone) with as much as or more of something than is desired or can be managed. • adj. satisfied completely; fulfilled: afterward, sated and happy, they both slept. DERIVATIVES: sate·less adj. ( poetic/lit. ). sate2 / sat; sāt/ • v. archaic spelling of sat.

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saté

saté (sateh, satay) Indonesian, Malaysian; marinated lamb, pork, or chicken, grilled on wooden skewers and served with a peanut sauce.

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sate

sate satisfy to the full. XVII. prob. alt. of dial. sade (OE. sadian, rel. to sæd satiated, SAD), by assoc. with SATIATE.

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sate

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