How Do You Spell SATE?

Pronunciation: [sˈe͡ɪt] (IPA)

The spelling of the word "sate" may cause confusion due to its pronunciation. In IPA phonetic transcription, "sate" is spelled /seɪt/. The "a" in "sate" is pronounced as a long vowel sound, "ay" as in "hay." This can lead some people to spell it as "satiate" or "satie," but the correct spelling is "sate." "Sate" means to satisfy or fulfill a desire, usually relating to hunger or an appetite.

SATE Meaning and Definition

To sate means to satisfy, fill, or provide fullness in terms of appetite, desire, or cravings. It refers to the state of being completely gratified or content. The term is commonly used in the context of fulfilling physical or emotional needs, or quenching hunger, thirst, or other similar desires.

In the realm of food and drink, to sate means to satisfy one's appetite or hunger by consuming a sufficient amount. It denotes the feeling of being full or no longer desiring to eat or drink. For example, after a substantial and fulfilling meal, one might say, "I am sated."

The concept of sate is not limited to physical hunger. It extends to emotional or mental fulfillment as well. In this context, to sate means to meet or fulfill one's emotional or psychological desires. It may involve fulfilling one's need for love, companionship, or satisfaction in relationships or other areas of life.

The word "sate" derives from the Latin word "satiare," which means "to satisfy, to fill." Its usage emphasizes the attainment of a sense of contentment or satiation. Whether referring to physical or emotional needs, the concept of sate implies a state of complete fulfillment and satisfaction, where no further desires or longings persist.

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Etymology of SATE

The word "sate" is derived from the Old English word "sadian", which means "to satisfy", "to fill", or "to make full". It can be traced back to the Proto-Germanic word "*sathōną", meaning "to satiate" or "to fill up". The Old English word eventually evolved into "saten" or "saten" in Middle English, and later took the form "sate" in Modern English.

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Conjugate verb Sate

CONDITIONAL

I would sate
you would sate
he/she/it would sate
we would sate
they would sate

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be sating
you would be sating
he/she/it would be sating
we would be sating
they would be sating

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have sate
you would have sate
he/she/it would have sate
we would have sate
they would have sate

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been sating
you would have been sating
he/she/it would have been sating
we would have been sating
they would have been sating

FUTURE

I will sate
you will sate
he/she/it will sate
we will sate
they will sate

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be sating
you will be sating
he/she/it will be sating
we will be sating
they will be sating

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have sated
you will have sated
he/she/it will have sated
we will have sated
they will have sated

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been sating
you will have been sating
he/she/it will have been sating
we will have been sating
they will have been sating

IMPERATIVE

you sate
we let´s sate

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to sate

PAST

I sated
you sated
he/she/it sated
we sated
they sated

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was sating
you were sating
he/she/it was sating
we were sating
they were sating

PAST PARTICIPLE

sated

PAST PERFECT

I had sated
you had sated
he/she/it had sated
we had sated
they had sated

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been sating
you had been sating
he/she/it had been sating
we had been sating
they had been sating

PRESENT

I sate
you sate
he/she/it sates
we sate
they sate

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am sating
you are sating
he/she/it is sating
we are sating
they are sating

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

sating

PRESENT PERFECT

I have sated
you have sated
he/she/it has sated
we have sated
they have sated

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been sating
you have been sating
he/she/it has been sating
we have been sating
they have been sating
I would have sated
we would have sated
you would have sated
he/she/it would have sated
they would have sated

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