How Do You Spell SATES?

Pronunciation: [sˈe͡ɪts] (IPA)

The word "sates" is spelled with the letter combination "-ates" which is pronounced as /eɪts/. This phonetic transcription represents the sound of the long "a" vowel followed by a "t" and a "s". "Sates" is the third person singular present tense of the verb "sate" which means to satisfy fully or to fill to excess. The spelling of "sates" is important to prevent confusion with other similar words such as "states" or "suits".

SATES Meaning and Definition

  1. Sates is the third person present tense of the verb "sate." Sate is a transitive verb that means to satisfy a desire or appetite fully, typically referring to hunger or thirst. It describes the act of providing enough food or drink to someone or something to the point where they no longer feel hungry or thirsty. The term can also be used metaphorically to denote satisfying a craving, need, or desire beyond mere physical hunger or thirst.

    When used in the context of satiating someone's hunger or thirst, sates implies complete and thorough satisfaction. It suggests that the individual or creature being sated has had their appetite fulfilled to a state of contentment. The action of sating often implies temporarily alleviating a biological or psychological need.

    For example, after a long day of work, a hearty meal can sate someone's hunger, leaving them feeling full and satisfied. Similarly, a glass of water can sate someone's thirst, quenching their need for fluid.

    Overall, sates refers to the act of satisfying a craving or need completely, whether that be for food, drink, or any other desire, providing a sense of fulfillment or contentment.

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Etymology of SATES

The word "sates" comes from the verb "sate", which can be traced back to the Old English word "sadian" or "gesætian". This word meant "to satisfy" or "to become full". In Middle English, it evolved into "saten", and eventually became "sate" in modern English. The noun form "satisfaction" also shares a similar origin.

Conjugate verb Sates


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


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


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


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


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


I sate
we sate
you sate
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they sate


I have sated
we have sated
you have sated
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they have sated
I am sating
we are sating
you are sating
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they are sating
I was sating
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I will be sating
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