There are 2 main translations of top up verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object in Spanish:

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top up

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
  • (glass/container)
    (battery)
    (Cars)
    (income/capital)
    suplementar
    let me top you up!
    dame que te sirvo un poco más
    I need to top up my cell phone/mobile phone
    tengo que recargar la tarjeta (de) prepago de mi celular/móvil
    the flowers need topping up with water
    hay que ponerles más agua a las flores
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There are 2 main translations of top up verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object in Spanish:

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top-up

noun

  • (British English) can I give you a top-up? (before noun) top-up card top-up fees (British English)
    (pago adicional de matrícula para cubrir la diferencia existente entre los fondos de la universidad y el costo de educar al estudiante)
    top-up loan
    préstamo (masculine) adicional
    top-up payment
    pago (masculine) adicional
    top-up investment
    Example sentences
    • Starting to suffer from taxi lag, but champagne top-ups soon restored energy levels.
    • It is well stocked with crucians and tench and has just received an additional top-up of big crucians.
    • The usual charge per tyre is between £1.50 to £1.75 for the initial fill (because the tyres have to be removed and cleaned), after which top-ups are free.

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