Fill - definition, pronunciation, transcription
she had heard her fill of gossip
fill the child with pride
The theater filled up slowly
- fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction (syn: fit, fulfil, fulfill, meet, satisfy)
- appoint someone to (a position or a job)
- eat until one is sated (syn: fill up)
- plug with a substance
May I fill your glass for you?
She filled her house with antiques.
His massive body filled the doorway.
He has enough books to fill a library.
Two hundred people filled the room.
The rivers have filled and are close to flooding.
The stadium filled more than an hour before the game.
They delivered a truckload of fill for the trench.
...we ripped the tag off years ago, so we have no idea what the fill in that pillow is...
At the tale of pity my eyes are filled with tears.
The lake is filling up after this heavy rain.
We must fill up, we're nearly out of petrol.
Phone orders filled for city and suburban delivery only.
I've eaten my fill.
She wept her fill.
fill out — write all the required information onto a form
fill up — make full, also in a metaphorical sense
present participle: filling
past tense: filled
past participle: filled