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  1. fill

    • IPA[fɪl]

    英式

    • v.
      cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full;become full
    • n.
      an amount of something which is as much as one wants or can bear;an amount of something which will occupy all the space in a container
    • verb: fill, 3rd person present: fills, gerund or present participle: filling, past tense: filled, past participle: filled

    • noun: fill, plural noun: one's fills

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    • 1. an amount of something which is as much as one wants or can bear we have eaten our fill I've had my fill of surprises for one day
    • 2. an amount of something which will occupy all the space in a container a fill of tobacco
    • material, typically loose or compacted, which fills a space, especially in building or engineering work loose polystyrene fill
    • the action of filling something, especially of shading in a region of a computer graphics display.
    • 3. (in popular music) a short interjected phrase on a particular instrument country-tinged guitar fills
    • n.
      a quantity of soft material that fills or is used to fill something: duvets with synthetic fillings
    • adj.
      (of food) leaving one with a pleasantly satiated feeling: the full English breakfast was delicious and also very filling

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a quantity of material that fills or is used to fill something: a cushion with polyester filling
    • adj.
      (of food) leaving one with a pleasantly satiated feeling: a filling spicy bean soup

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a wound or part of the body) filled with pus: pus-filled boils

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (especially of jewelry) consisting of a base metal covered in a thin layer of gold.

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    • n.
      a relatively inexpensive metal with a layer of gold applied over it.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      full of hatred; very hostile: a bitter, hate-filled man a hideous, hate-filled political doctrine

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      containing a lot of smoke, especially from cigarettes: discussions in smoke-filled rooms a smoke-filled sky

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      containing many interesting or exciting events; eventful: this is proving to be an event-filled tournament the show attracted more than 26,000 visitors over four event-filled days

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[fil]

    美式

    • v.
      cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full: I filled the bottle with water the office was filled with reporters
    • n.
      an amount of something which is as much as one wants or can bear: we have eaten our fill I've had my fill of surprises for one day

    Oxford American Dictionary