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fill (v)
Definition: make full, also in a metaphorical sense
Example: fill a container. fill the child with pride.
Definition: make full, also in a metaphorical sense
Example: fill a container. fill the child with pride.
Definition: make full, also in a metaphorical sense
Example: fill a container. fill the child with pride.
fill (n)
Definition: any material that fills a space or container
Example: there was not enough fill for the trench.
Definition: any material that fills a space or container
Example: there was not enough fill for the trench.
Definition: any material that fills a space or container
Example: there was not enough fill for the trench.
fill (v)
Definition: fill to satisfaction
Example: I am sated.
Definition: fill to satisfaction
Example: I am sated.
Definition: fill to satisfaction
Example: I am sated.
fill (v)
Definition: eat until one is sated
Example: He filled up on turkey.
Definition: eat until one is sated
Example: He filled up on turkey.
Definition: eat until one is sated
Example: He filled up on turkey.
fill (n)
Definition: a quantity sufficient to satisfy
Example: he ate his fill of potatoes. she had heard her fill of gossip.
fill (n)
Definition: a quantity sufficient to satisfy
Example: he ate his fill of potatoes. she had heard her fill of gossip.
fill (n)
Definition: a quantity sufficient to satisfy
Example: he ate his fill of potatoes. she had heard her fill of gossip.
fill (v)
Definition: fill or meet a want or need
Definition: fill or meet a want or need
Definition: fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction
Example: does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?. This job doesn't match my dreams. meet a need.
fill (v)
Definition: occupy the whole of
Example: The liquid fills the container.
Definition: occupy the whole of
Example: The liquid fills the container.
Definition: occupy the whole of
Example: The liquid fills the container.
fill (v)
Definition: become full
Example: The pool slowly filled with water. The theater filled up slowly.
Definition: become full
Example: The pool slowly filled with water. The theater filled up slowly.
Definition: become full
Example: The pool slowly filled with water. The theater filled up slowly.
fill (v)
Definition: plug with a substance
Example: fill a cavity.
fill (v)
Definition: plug with a substance
Example: fill a cavity.
fill (v)
Definition: plug with a substance
Example: fill a cavity.
fill (v)
Definition: assume, as of positions or roles
Example: She took the job as director of development. he occupies the position of manager. the young prince will soon occupy the throne.
Definition: assume, as of positions or roles
Example: She took the job as director of development. he occupies the position of manager. the young prince will soon occupy the throne.
Definition: assume, as of positions or roles
Example: She took the job as director of development. he occupies the position of manager. the young prince will soon occupy the throne.
fill (v)
Definition: appoint someone to (a position or a job)
fill (v)
Definition: appoint someone to (a position or a job)
fill (v)
Definition: appoint someone to (a position or a job)