Definition of fillip in English:
1Something that acts as a stimulus or boost to an activity: the halving of the automobile tax would provide a fillip to sales
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- This is expected to give a fillip to the construction activity, slackened by the increased cost of materials.
- This will give a fillip to the local labour market and encourage people to consume judiciously.
- It should be a fillip to all scorers that a scorer has finally received an honour.
verb (fillips, filliping, filliped)[with object] archaic Back to top
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