fill-up
noun Date: 1853 an action or instance of filling up something (as a gas tank)

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  • fill up — or[fill it up] or[fill her up] {v. phr.} To fill entirely. (Said by the driver of a car to a gas station attendant). * /When the attendant asked Andrew how much gas he wanted in the tank, Andrew replied, Fill her up. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fill up — or[fill it up] or[fill her up] {v. phr.} To fill entirely. (Said by the driver of a car to a gas station attendant). * /When the attendant asked Andrew how much gas he wanted in the tank, Andrew replied, Fill her up. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fill\ up — • fill up • fill it up • fill her up v. phr. To fill entirely. (Said by the driver of a car to a gas station attendant). When the attendant asked Andrew how much gas he wanted in the tank, Andrew replied, Fill her up …   Словарь американских идиом

  • fill up — fill to the top    You fill up the salt shaker, okay? …   English idioms

  • fill up — index load, replenish, supply Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • fill-up — fill ,up noun count an act of filling something until it is completely full, especially the GAS TANK of a car …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fill up — verb 1. make full, also in a metaphorical sense (Freq. 2) fill a container fill the child with pride • Syn: ↑fill, ↑make full • Ant: ↑empty (for …   Useful english dictionary

  • fill up — phrasal verb Word forms fill up : present tense I/you/we/they fill up he/she/it fills up present participle filling up past tense filled up past participle filled up 1) [transitive] same as fill I, 1) Jenny kept filling my glass up with champagne …   English dictionary

  • fill up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you fill up or fill yourself up with food, you eat so much that you do not feel hungry. [V P on/with n] Fill up on potatoes, bread and pasta, which are high in carbohydrate and low in fat... [V pron refl P with n] When you are… …   English dictionary

  • fill up — UK US fill up Phrasal Verb with fill({{}}/fɪl/ verb [T] ► to make something full, or to become full: fill up with sth »The sales pipeline for his facility is starting to fill up with clients. »Too many spam emails are filling up our inboxes …   Financial and business terms

  • fill up — [1] To put in the full amount of fuel as in Fill up the gas tank, I m down to a quarter of a tank. Often said, Fill er up or Fill her up. [2] The amount needed to make a full tank as in I need a fill up …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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