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  • 161 fill in something — fill in (something) 1. to give written answers to questions on a computer or on paper. Fill in the entire form and then click “submit.” If you have left out a date, first name, or other information, fill it in. 2. to complete a plan or idea. That …

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  • 162 fill a need — fill a need/gap/void/vacuum/ phrase to provide something that is missing or needed The company is hoping to fill a gap in the market. He wondered how he would ever fill the void left by his son’s death. Thesaurus: to provide something needed or… …

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  • 163 fill a gap — fill a need/gap/void/vacuum/ phrase to provide something that is missing or needed The company is hoping to fill a gap in the market. He wondered how he would ever fill the void left by his son’s death. Thesaurus: to provide something needed or… …

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  • 164 fill a void — fill a need/gap/void/vacuum/ phrase to provide something that is missing or needed The company is hoping to fill a gap in the market. He wondered how he would ever fill the void left by his son’s death. Thesaurus: to provide something needed or… …

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  • 165 fill a vacuum — fill a need/gap/void/vacuum/ phrase to provide something that is missing or needed The company is hoping to fill a gap in the market. He wondered how he would ever fill the void left by his son’s death. Thesaurus: to provide something needed or… …

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  • 166 Fill horse — Fill Fill, n. [See {Thill}.] One of the thills or shafts of a carriage. Mortimer. [1913 Webster] {Fill horse}, a thill horse. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 167 Fill flash — is a photographic technique used to brighten deep shadow areas, typically outdoors on sunny days, though the technique is useful any time the background is significantly brighter than the subject of the photograph. To use fill flash, the aperture …

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  • 168 Fill the Blank with Your Own Emptiness — Album par Le Prince Miiaou Sortie 28 mars 2011 Genre Rock indépendant Label 3ème Bureau/Wagram …

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  • 169 Fill-out —   [englisch/amerikanisch, fɪl aʊt], im Gegensatz zum Fill in kennzeichnet Fill out eine gleichmäßige, den Beat stützende, aber dennoch markante Schlagzeugfigur, z. B. das gleichförmige »Wischen« mit dem Besen oder das andauernde »Zischen« mit dem …

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  • 170 fill her up — fill the tank with gasoline, a fill up    He drove up to the gas pumps and said, Fill er up, please …

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  • 171 fill a void — fill a/the void to replace something important that you have lost, or to provide something important that you need. The country needs a strong leader to help fill the void left by the death of the president. Religion helped me fill a void in my… …

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  • 172 fill the void — fill a/the void to replace something important that you have lost, or to provide something important that you need. The country needs a strong leader to help fill the void left by the death of the president. Religion helped me fill a void in my… …

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  • 173 fill out something — fill out (something) to provide information on paper or on a computer. Please fill out the form before you call for an appointment. Print the document, fill it out, and bring it with you …

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  • 174 fill out — (something) to provide information on paper or on a computer. Please fill out the form before you call for an appointment. Print the document, fill it out, and bring it with you …

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  • 175 fill out — ► fill out 1) put on weight. 2) chiefly N. Amer. fill in (a form). Main Entry: ↑fill …

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  • 176 fill up (with something) — ˌfill ˈup (with sth) | ˌfill sthˈup (with sth) derived to become completely full; to make sth completely full • The ditches had filled up with mud. • to fill up the tank with oil Main entry: ↑fillderived …

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  • 177 fill something up (with something) — ˌfill ˈup (with sth) | ˌfill sthˈup (with sth) derived to become completely full; to make sth completely full • The ditches had filled up with mud. • to fill up the tank with oil Main entry: ↑fillderived …

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  • 178 fill the bill — {v. phr.}, {informal} To be just what is needed; be good enough for something; be just right. * /The boss was worried about hiring a deaf boy, but after he tried Tom out for a few weeks, he said that Tom filled the bill./ * /I thought I would… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 179 fill the bill — {v. phr.}, {informal} To be just what is needed; be good enough for something; be just right. * /The boss was worried about hiring a deaf boy, but after he tried Tom out for a few weeks, he said that Tom filled the bill./ * /I thought I would… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 180 Fill pulse — is a term used in radar systems, to indicate one or more pulses transmitted by the radar, for the express purpose of filling in range . It serves no other purpose than to push out the range at which folded clutter is seen by the radar. More fill… …

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