- Spoon batter into muffin pan which has been sprayed with non stick cooking spray, filling each cup ¾ full.
- We filled two bin liners full of broken glass, cans and bottles.
- Do not fill the bottles too full as this drink is very fizzy.
- In six European countries, dentists cannot legally fill teeth with silver amalgam (mercury).
- The compaction of amalgam into the cavity is not simply a matter of filling the hole.
- No one likes to do it, no one likes to spend the money or time, but filling a cavity is a whole lot cheaper than having a root canal.
- But when the net filled so full with fish that they couldn't pull it into the boat, Peter realised that it was Jesus.
- The place was only a third full when we arrived, but as it filled, the slower and slower everything became.
- That keeps the waiting room full, and until recently, the coffers filled.
- What happens if you drive the car out of state and fill up with high-sulfur fuel?
- The AA advises customers to shop around for fuel and to avoid filling up at motorway service stations.
- Just recently a relative of mine was relieved of her handbag while getting into her car after filling up at a local petrol station.
- The strong smell of his presence filled her senses and she found herself babbling uncontrollably, unable so stop.
- Screams of nineteen other petrified people filled the air and pervaded my hearing.
- The super-cute shop is always inviting, with the lovely smell of roses filling the air and rose petals scattered outside the entrance.
- The fade-to-black at the end fills you with emotion and happiness; which is what a good film and a good song should do.
- But as she explains to Jan Goodwin, her childhood was blighted by polio - an experience that filled her with fighting spirit
- This experience does not fill me with confidence as to your abilities in the acquisition arena…
- The wind had risen, the ropes cracking and straining even louder as the sails filled to capacity.
- For a while the ship kept bucking and sidling, the sails filling, now on one tack, now on another, till the mast groaned aloud under the strain.
- Mark watched the other ship draw closer, sensing the increase in their own speed as the sails filled again and the oarsman got their rhythm.
- The wind filled the sails and the ropes creaked and stretched with the strain as the ship ploughed through the waves.
- On its long Atlantic voyage, the armada made good progress with favourable winds filling the sails.
- By the time I got my main down they'd headed off in a circle because the wind filled their downed sail and it was like trying to catch an insane dolphin - but I did.
- In 1913 Eddington was appointed to fill the vacant position of Plumian Professor of Astronomy.
- It decided against filling the vacant post and the position won't be reviewed until later in the year.
- He added that despite several requests, the state government was not filling the posts lying vacant in the corporation.
- She did a great job, considering she didn't have a clue and wasn't expecting to be filling this role.
- Jon Parkin is set to play in defence and is expected to fill that role at Northampton on Saturday when Chris Smith and Darren Edmondson are both suspended.
- It follows the departure from frontline politics of several MSPs who were expected to fill important roles when elected in 1999.
- Either would be an immediate upgrade, but neither player fills a pressing need.
- The Redskins won't be shy about trading a midround pick, likely a third- or fourth-round selection, to fill a pressing need.
- The latest Japanese craze fills the final need.
- Months of social functions, illness and injuries have filled the intervening period.
- In fact, the entire flight back was filled with chatter regarding how we planned to fill our days before the long cruise.
- From the early seventies, the programmes started at 4.10, filling a ninety-minute period.
- A register of prescriptions filled by local pharmacies provided continuous data on use of cholesterol lowering drugs.
- After months of struggling to get enough chips to fill orders, supply is improving.
- The basic job consists of maintaining the inventory of books and filling the orders from members as they come in.
- Replace any cards you popped with ones from your hand (face up) and then draw card to fill your hand to five.
- The dealer fills everyone's hand back to 6, and play resumes as normal.
- Lee has 9-9 making top trips but he has to be wary of players staying with four-flushes and four-straights hoping to fill their hands.
- Once you have had your fill of plain smoked salmon with brown bread and butter, think about using it in cooking.
- As far as I'm concerned I've had my fill of Tim.
- Well I've had my fill of fairness this afternoon.
- 7.48 A.M. I drop my brother off at Newlands Cross and get a fill of petrol in the station there.
- Just £15 will buy you a fill of Perfect Storm - a heady mix of compressed air, nitrous oxide and gaseous caffeine.
- The vouchers can be used to buy clothes, tyres, a fill of oil, groceries, electrical goods - the list goes on and on.
- It comes in lightweight easy-to-handle bags and should be used in the same manner as loose fill or cellulose.
- Another method is to pour or blow in loose fill or cellulose insulation up to the joists for an even surface.
- Suitable material was used as required for building highway fill.
- In many cases, its playable image quality surpassed the GeForce 6800 Ultra thanks to its superior fill rate and memory bandwidth.
- In looking at fill rate performance, we're looking at two things: pixel fill rate, and texture fill rate.
- It has an eight-pixel pipeline, as does the S8, capable of a 2.4 billion pixels per second fill rate.
- By the album's last few tracks, the fills outweigh the backbeats to the point where he's pushing fusion jazz territory.
- Req doesn't spend time drawing complicated drum-and-bass fills into a sequencer.
- As the drummer spits out a cacophony of quick-wristed rhythms and slashing fills, the music rages on to a cathartic finale.
fill the bill
- see bill1.
fill one's boots
- informal Have as much of something as one wants; do something to the full: fill your boots with spicy Szechuan food for under five bucks a plateMás ejemplos en oraciones
- While nearly 20 minutes of the second half passed without a Carlow score, Limerick filled their boots in the meantime and considered the journey home.
- And from that moment it has filled its boots with business.
- Wall-to-wall football might be hard for the weary professional players but the football fan can fill his boots.
fill someone's shoes (or boots)
- informal Take over someone’s function or duties and fulfil them satisfactorily.Oraciones de ejemplo
- Laura, literally, fills Kim's shoes for two days with the help of a ‘fat suit’ and makeup.
- Nevertheless, anyone filling your shoes will find it a hard act to follow.
- I decided to move on, and I'm sure there are plenty of good, young guys capable of filling my shoes.
Verbos con partícula
- Act as a substitute for someone when they are unable to do their job: my producer will have to have someone standing by to fill in for meMás ejemplos en oraciones
substitute, deputize, stand in, cover, provide cover, take over, act, act as deputy, act as stand-in, sit in, act as understudy, understudy, be a proxy, act as locum tenens;take the place ofinformal sub, fill someone's shoes/boots, step into someone's shoes/bootsNorth American informal pinch-hit
- With Brooks absent because of a knock, the little-used Frost filled in at left-back.
- In the absence of first-hand testimony, conjecture fills in.
- Marky Ramone fills in on drums and former Black Flag member Dez Cadena slings guitar.
fill someone in
- Can anyone fill me in on these important matters.
- When Steve fully awoke, Shield filled him in on the details.
- Seriously, somebody fill me in here.
fill something in
- So all you have to do is download this word document and fill it in and send it off.
- This is very convenient as forms can be filled in by dragging the information and of course the password feature will auto fill.
- But the project hit the headlines over allegations about the way applications for funds had been filled in before Mr Pierges took over.
- The island, water, ships and rigging are all filled in with warm shades of watercolor.
- A few sections of the diagram are filled in with colour to create a shape that seems like a comet or some fantastic flying creature.
- The artists had drawn the figures beforehand, and then filled them in like a paint-by-numbers picture, color by color.
- Crump won't be looking to fill the void in his schedule, but will use the extra spare time for rest and to enjoy family life - on which he puts a high premium.
- (Of a person) put on weight to a noticeable extent.Oraciones de ejemplo
grow fatter, become plumper, become rounder, flesh out, put on weight, gain weight, get heavier
- Rugby players, after they have filled out to their hop-assisted unnatural weight, don't go to games.
- But I really feel that when he fills out he's going to be a force to be reckoned with.
- It is a simple repetitive action that should stand up well under pressure, and I can only see it getting better as he matures and fills out a bit.
fill something out chiefly North American
- Add information to complete an official form or document.Oraciones de ejemplo
- Once we filled it out and sent it in, we were officially a private school.
- After the movie I was walking through the diner and noticed a women filling out some kind of report.
- The chosen one fills out a form about themselves.
- 5.1Give more details about something: further research will fill out these early findingsMás ejemplos en oraciones
expand, enlarge, add to, round out, elaborate, add substance/detail to, flesh out, add flesh to, put flesh on the bones of;supplement, reinforce, extend, broaden, develop, amplify
- And there are several bits that would have filled the piece out: Side-effects from Plan B are less than in previous morning-after pills.
- I'd like to try and fill out what he was getting at.
- This meticulously researched book fills out his life and its achievements.
Old English fyllan (verb), fyllu (noun) of Germanic origin; related to Dutch vullen and German füllen (verbs), Fülle (noun), also to full1.
Palabras que riman con fillbill, Brazil, brill, Camille, chill, cookchill, dill, distil (US distill), downhill, drill, Edgehill, Estoril, freewill, frill, fulfil (US fulfill), Gill, goodwill, grill, grille, hill, ill, instil, kill, krill, mil, mill, nil, Phil, pill, quadrille, quill, rill, Seville, shill, shrill, sill, skill, spadille, spill, squill, still, stock-still, swill, thill, thrill, till, trill, twill, until, uphill, will
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