Complete Definition of "fill"

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English

Etymology
OE. fyllan

Pronunciation
IPA|/fɪl/ or IPA|/fɪɫ/
audio|en-us-fill.ogg|Audio (US)

Homophones: Phil
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ɪl|-ɪl

Transitive verb
rfc-trverb|Transitive verb
en-verb

  1. ergative to make full.

Antonyms
empty

Related terms

backfill
fill up
filler
filling
mid
full
fulfil
having eaten one's fill

Translations

Albanian: mbush
Chinese: å¡«è£, å¡«è£ (tián zhuÄng)
Danish: fylde
Dutch: t+|nl|vullen
Ewe: xe
French: t+|fr|remplir
German: t+|de|füllen
Greek: t|el|γεμίζÏ|sc=Grek (gemízo)
Hindi: भरना (bÊ°aranÄ)
Italian: t+|it|riempire, t+|it|empire
mid
Japanese: æºãã (ã¿ãã, mitasu)
Pitjantjatjara: angaá¹i
Portuguese: encher
Russian: заполниÑÑ (zapolnítâ)
Spanish: t-|es|llenar
Tagalog: puluín
Urdu: URchar|بھرÙا (bÊ°aranÄ)
Vietnamese: sá»± làm Äầy

Noun
en-noun

  1. The full amount which a person can eat and/or drink.

#: Don't feed him anymore, he's had his fill.


Albanian

Pronunciation
IPA: /fiɫ/

Noun
fill m (pl., fije)

  1. thread, yarn.

Adverb
fill

  1. at once, immediately.

Catalan
romance cognates|lafilius|anfillo#Aragonese|fillo|cafill#Catalan|fill|cofigliu|eshijo|frfils|furfi#Friulian|fi|glfillo#Galician|fillo|itfiglio|ocfilh|ptfilho|rmfigl|ro=fiu

Etymology
L.|ca filius

Noun
ca-noun-m

  1. son

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Irish

Verb
fill

  1. to turn

Category:Irish verbs

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