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filling British & World English

A quantity of soft material that fills or is used to fill something

filling English Thesaurus

filling for cushions and mattresses

fill British & World English

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

the meat in the sandwich British & World English

A person who is awkwardly caught between two opposing factions

gold filling British & World English

A piece of gold used to fill a cavity in a tooth

fill up in fill British & World English

Fill the fuel tank of a car

fill in in fill British & World English

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

fill out in fill British & World English

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

fill in British & World English

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

fill out British & World English

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

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 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 in fill British & World English

Add information to complete an official form or document

fill something out British & World English

Add information to complete an official form or document

fit the bill in bill1 British & World English

Be suitable for a particular purpose

fit the bill British & World English

Be suitable for a particular purpose

capacity British & World English

The maximum amount that something can contain

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 one's boots British & World English

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

fill someone's shoes British & World English

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

the meat in the sandwich in sandwich British & World English

A person who is awkwardly caught between two opposing factions