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  • 141fill-up — /ˈfɪl ʌp/ (say fil up) noun the act of filling up, charging, or replenishing, as the petrol tank of a motor vehicle with petrol …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 142fill — /fɪl/ verb to carry out a client’s instructions to buy or sell …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 143FİLL — Yağmur yağmayıp ot bitmeyen yer, otsuz yer …

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  • 144fill — To make full; to complete; to satisfy or fulfill; to possess and perform the duties of; to occupy the whole capacity or extent of, so as to leave no space vacant. To execute customer s order to buy or sell a security or commodity …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 145fill — To make full; to complete; to satisfy or fulfill; to possess and perform the duties of; to occupy the whole capacity or extent of, so as to leave no space vacant. To execute customer s order to buy or sell a security or commodity …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 146fill — A roadbed, whether for railroad or highway, which is raised by an embankment above the natural level of the land. O. & R. V. R. Co. v Severin, 30 Neb 318, 322; 25 Am J1st High § 67. A method of reclamation. 56 Am J1st Water § 501 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 147Fill — Poker Draw cards that improve one s original hand …

    The official rules of card games glossary

  • 148fill — faille …

    English homophone dictionary

  • 149Fill power — is a measure of the loft or fluffiness of a down product that is loosely related to the insulating value of the down. The higher the fill power the more insulating air pockets the down has and the better insulating ability. Fill power ranges from …

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  • 150Fill dirt — is earthy material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation of real property.[1] Fill dirt is usually subsoil (soil from beneath the top soil) and… …

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  • 151Fill (música) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En la música popular, un fill es un pasaje musical de corta duración, o riff, que ayuda a mantener la atención de el oyente durante el corte de la musica, o durante un ascenso o descenso melódico. El fill puede… …

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  • 152Fill Metallbau Stadion — Osttribüne 2004 (Testspiel gegen Bayern München) Daten Ort …

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  • 153Fill factor — in the context of solar cell technology it is defined as the ratio (given as percent) of the actual maximum obtainable power, (Vmp x Jmp) to the theoretical (not actually obtainable) power, (Jsc x Voc). # The open circuit voltage (Voc) is the… …

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  • 154Fill-In (Photographie) — Cet article fait partie de la série Photographie …

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  • 155FILL Heavyweight Championship — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El FILL Heavyweight Championship o Campeonato Peso Pesado de la FILL es un campeonato de lucha libre profesional, perteneciente a la empresa Federación Internacional De Lucha Libre (FILL). Actualmente, es el… …

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  • 156fill or kill — ( FOK) The fill or kill instruction goes along with your order saying that your order must immediately be filled in its entirety or cancelled. NYSE Euronext Glossary * * * fill or kill ˌfill or ˈkill adjective informal FINANCE fill or kill orders …

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  • 157fill\ her\ 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 …

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  • 158fill someone's shoes — fill someone’s shoes phrase to do the job that someone used to do Not many people could fill the old man’s shoes. Thesaurus: to work, and to work in a particular waysynonym Main entry: shoe * * * informal take over someone s function or duties… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 159fill out — {v.} 1. To put in what is missing; complete; finish; {especially}, to complete (a printed application blank or other form) by writing the missing facts in the blank spaces; to write down facts which are asked for in (a report or application.) *… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 160fill out — {v.} 1. To put in what is missing; complete; finish; {especially}, to complete (a printed application blank or other form) by writing the missing facts in the blank spaces; to write down facts which are asked for in (a report or application.) *… …

    Dictionary of American idioms