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fill British & World English

Cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full

fill English Thesaurus

he filled a bowl with breakfast cereal

fit the bill British & World English

Be suitable for a particular purpose

one's fill in fill British & World English

An amount of something which is as much as one wants or can bear

fill in British & World English

Act as a substitute for someone when they are unable to do their job

fill-in British & World English

A person or thing acting or serving in place of another; a substitute

fill-up British & World English

An instance of filling something, especially the fuel tank of a car

fill out British & World English

(Of a person) put on weight to a noticeable extent

fill light British & World English

A supplementary light used in photography or filming that does not change the character of the main light and is used chiefly to lighten shadows

fill up in fill British & World English

Fill the fuel tank of a car

fill one's boots British & World English

Have as much of something as one wants; do something to the full

fill someone in British & World English

Inform someone more fully of a matter

fill something in British & World English

Add information to complete a form or other official document

fill something out British & World English

Add information to complete an official form or document

fill someone's shoes British & World English

Take over someone’s function or duties and fulfil them satisfactorily

fill in in fill British & World English

Act as a substitute for someone when they are unable to do their job

capacity British & World English

The maximum amount that something can contain

fill out in fill British & World English

(Of a person) put on weight to a noticeable extent

infilling in infill British & World English

Material that fills or is used to fill a space or hole

infill British & World English

Fill or block up (a space or hole)

fill someone in in fill British & World English

Inform someone more fully of a matter

fill something in in fill British & World English

Add information to complete a form or other official document

fill something out in fill British & World English

Add information to complete an official form or document

autofill British & World English

A software function that completes data in browser forms without the user needing to type it in full

fit the bill in bill1 British & World English

Be suitable for a particular purpose

fill one's boots in fill British & World English

Have as much of something as one wants; do something to the full

fill someone's shoes in fill British & World English

Take over someone’s function or duties and fulfil them satisfactorily

fill in in fill English Thesaurus

I'm going to fill in for Jim on the project

fill out in fill English Thesaurus

she had filled out a little since Sarah had last seen her

one's fill in fill English Thesaurus

I've eaten my fill

fill someone in in fill English Thesaurus

Iain filled me in on the essential details

fill something in in fill English Thesaurus

he filled in all the forms

fill someone's shoes or boots in fill British & World English

Take over someone’s function or duties and fulfil them satisfactorily

fill something out in fill English Thesaurus

this account needs to be filled out by detailed evidence from local studies


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