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- (transitive & intransitive) If you fill something, you put something in it until there is no space left.
- She added some games to fill the gap in the schedule.
- His eyes filled with tears as he watched her walk away.
- She filled the car up with gas.
- He's so mean, he just fills me with anger every time I think of him.
- Suddenly, the screen was filled with light.
- I fill up the dog's new dish to the top and stick it on the floor.
- Instead of eating a good dinner she just fills up on bread.
- (transitive & intransitive) If you fill in something, you give the missing information, especially personal information on a form.
- She gave me another form to fill in for housing benefit.
- When I got back, she filled me in on what had been happening.
- (intransitive) If you fill out, your body reaches its adult shape, especially women's breasts and men's shoulders.
- The full amount of food or drink that a person can eat or drink.
- Don't feed him any more, he's had his fill.
- I've had my fill of alcohol for tonight.
- (uncountable) Fill is extra material, often of low quality, used to give something more volume.
- They used the rocks as fill under the new house.