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  • 61fill — verb 1) he filled a bowl with cereal Syn: make full, fill up, fill to the brim, top up, charge Ant: empty 2) guests filled the parlor Syn: crowd into, throng, p …

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  • 62fill — verb 1》 make or become full.     ↘block up (a hole, gap, etc.).     ↘(of a sail) curve out tautly from its supports as the wind blows into it. 2》 pervade (a place or the air).     ↘cause to experience a feeling. 3》 appoint a person to (a vacant… …

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  • 63fill 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 …

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  • 64fill — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun Fill is used before these nouns: ↑dirt {{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}} verb ADVERB ▪ fast, quickly, rapidly ▪ At the moment, most reservoirs are filling fast. ▪ …

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  • 65fill — {{11}}fill (n.) a full supply, mid 13c., fille, from O.E. fylle, from P.Gmc. *fullin , noun of state from *fullaz full (see FULL (Cf. full) (adj.)). Cognate with O.H.G. fulli, Ger. Fülle, O.N. fyllr. Meaning extra material in music is from 1934.… …

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  • 66FILL — Fédération interrégionale pour le livre et la lecture La Fédération interrégionale du livre et de la lecture (FILL) est une structure française qui fédère différents organismes, souvent des associations loi de 1901, œuvrant dans le domaine de… …

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  • 67fill 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… …

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  • 68fill in — verb a) To fill; to replace material that is absent or has been removed. After youre done laying the pipe, fill in the trench. b) To inform somebody, especially to supply someone missing or missed information. If you know anything about this,… …

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  • 69fill 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 …

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  • 70fill — Synonyms and related words: abide by, accommodate, act up to, adhere to, admit, advise, afford, allay, answer, assimilate, attend to, bag, bar, barrel, battologize, be enfeoffed of, be faithful to, be possessed of, be seized of, bellyful,… …

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  • 71fill in — Synonyms and related words: accomplish, acquaint, act for, admit, advise, alternate, apprise, assimilate, bring to completion, bring to fruition, change places with, clue, complete, comprehend, comprise, contain, count in, cover, crowd out, cut… …

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  • 72fill in — v. (D; intr.) to fill in for ( to replace ) (to fill in for a friend) * * * [ fɪl ɪn] (D; intr.) to fill in for (to fill in for a friend; to replace ) …

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  • 73fill — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. complete, load, pervade, permeate; plug, cork; occupy, serve well, satisfy; carry out. See layer, sufficiency, presence, closure, business. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. enough, capacity, satiety; see… …

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  • 74fill 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 …

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  • 75Fill-in — Un fill in (littéralement : « remplissage ») est une technique utilisée dans plusieurs médias différents : en musique, une ligne mélodique ou rythmique ajoutée optionellement qui s’utilise dans le rock et dans le jazz à partir …

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  • 76fill up — Synonyms and related words: accommodate, afford, allay, atone, bar, bind, block, block up, blockade, brim, bung, bunker, cater, caulk, charge, chink, chock, choke, choke off, choke up, clog, clog up, clothe, cloy, coal, compensate, congest,… …

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  • 77fill — I. v. a. 1. Make full, fill up. 2. Pervade, occupy, occupy completely. 3. Dilate, expand, stretch, distend. 4. Store, supply, furnish, replenish, stock. 5. Satisfy, content, sate, glut, satiate, cloy, pall. 6. Supply with an incumbent. 7 …

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  • 78fill-in — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms fill in : singular fill in plural fill ins someone who does another person s work while they are away …

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  • 79fill-up — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms fill up : singular fill up plural fill ups an act of filling something until it is completely full, especially the petrol tank of a car …

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  • 80fill in — verb Date: 1840 transitive verb 1. to enrich (as a design) with detail 2. to give necessary or recently acquired information to < I ll fill you in > intransitive verb to fill a vacancy usually temporarily < interns filled in for regular staffers&#8230; …

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