fulfil, fulfill, full fill

Which should you use, fulfil, fulfill, or full fill? The verb fulfil or fulfill has many meanings. It may mean to do a particular job, to achieve something that you wanted to do, to do what you must do as part of a job. Full fill is a misspelling.

Incorrect: They did not full fill the contract.
Correct: They did not fulfil the contract.
Correct: They did not fulfill the contract.

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