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refill

Translation of refill in Spanish:

noun

American English: /ˈriˌfɪl/
British English: /ˈriːfɪl/

transitive verb

American English: /riˈfɪl/
British English: /riːˈfɪl/
  • (glass/bottle/tank)
    volver a llenar
    this prescription may not be refilled (American English)
    venta exclusiva bajo receta
    Example sentences
    • Travellers often buy water at the last minute at the Central station, and some need to refill their containers.
    • A wholesaler refills the containers in my bathroom every six weeks.
    • Some critics have also found it ironic that many people who purchase bottled water end up refilling the containers from a tap.

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