Meaning of satiation in English:

satiation

Pronunciation /seɪʃɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate satiation into Spanish

noun

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‘Hunger and appetite are the big go signals: satiation and satiety are the main stop signals.’
  • ‘It may be that incorrect or confusing early experiences have interfered with their ability to recognize hunger and satiation, resulting in their inability to differentiate hunger from other tensional states.’
  • ‘Medication operates differently, it in fact I believe decreases hunger and hunger is what gets people to start eating and it also increases satiation which is the cue that stops you from eating.’
  • ‘The satiation of one's immediate physical desires is only a person's only drive when he is incapable of perceiving the suffering of others.’
  • ‘That good feeling, however, is not thankfulness, but satiation.’