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  1. fill

    • IPA[fɪl]

    英式

    • v.
      cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full;block up (a cavity in a tooth) with cement, amalgam, or gold.
    • 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
    • noun: fill, plural noun: one's fills

    • verb: fill, 3rd person present: fills, gerund or present participle: filling, past tense: filled, past participle: filled

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full:

      I filled up the bottle with water

      the office was filled with reporters

    • 2. block up (a cavity in a tooth) with cement, amalgam, or gold.
    • 3. become full:

      Elinor's eyes filled with tears

      the dining car filled up

    • 4. fill the fuel tank of a car.
    • 5. become an overwhelming presence in; pervade:

      a pungent smell of garlic filled the air

    • 6. cause (someone) to experience a strong emotion or feeling:

      his presence filled us with foreboding

    • 7. (of a sail) curve out tautly from its supports as the wind blows into it.
    • 8. (of the wind) blow into (a sail), causing it to curve outwards.
    • 9. appoint a person to hold (a vacant post):

      the board contacted him to say they had already filled the position

    • 10. hold and perform the expected duties of (a post or role):

      he had filled the post in an acting capacity for some time

    • 11. satisfy or fulfil (a want or need):

      community land trusts are a way to fill the pressing need for housing

    • 12. occupy or take up (a period of time):

      the next few days were filled with meetings

    • 13. be supplied with the items described in (a prescription or order).
    • 14. (in poker) complete (a good hand) by drawing the necessary cards.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 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

    • 3. material, typically loose or compacted, which fills a space, especially in building or engineering work:

      loose polystyrene fill

    • 4. the action of filling something, especially of shading in a region of a computer graphics display.
    • 5. (in popular music) a short interjected phrase on a particular instrument.
    • 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

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    • 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

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    • n. an instance of filling something, especially the fuel tank of a car:

    • drivers are never far from a fill-up

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    • n. an instance of making something completely full, especially the fuel tank of an automobile:

    • free coffee with fill-up

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    • ph. act as a substitute for someone when they are unable to do their job

    • free coffee with fill-up

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    • ph. act as a substitute for someone when they are unable to do their job

    • free coffee with fill-up

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    • n. a supplementary light used in photography or filming that does not change the character of the main light and is used chiefly to lighten shadows.

    • free coffee with fill-up

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    • ph. become completely full

    • free coffee with fill-up

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    • IPA[fil]

    美式

    • v.
      put someone or something into (a space or container) so that it is completely or almost completely full:
    • I filled up 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

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文高手請進!--Fill in&Fill out有填寫之意

      Q: Fill in & Fill out都有---"...當作 "填寫" 之意時, "fill in" 和 "fill out" 皆可... (語意學上而言), "fill in" 意指要填寫的東西是較小的...

    • fill out 跟 fill in有差嗎?

      to fill out = to complete 「填寫」 英文解釋:said of blanks...副詞,表『完全地』之意 若以一般名詞作受詞時 可至於 out 之前或之後 如 to fill out the form 或 to fill it out 都可以 但若是代名詞,才要放在 out 之前 如 to...

    • 英文動詞 fill

      ...不是不能加受詞的意思 是不能直接碰到受詞) 而那個 with 就是一個介係詞 filled with tears fill 沒有直接接上tears 所以fill 是一個不及物動詞...