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Synonyms for fill

top up

swell

fill in for someone

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fill out: gain weight

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fill someone in

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  • inform
  • acquaint
  • advise of
  • apprise of
  • bring up to date with
  • update with
  • put wise to
  • give the facts or background of

fill something in

fill something out: complete

your fill

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Synonyms for fill

to make or become full; put as much into as can be held

to plug up something, as a hole, space, or container

to supply fully or completely

fill in: to supply what is lacking

fill in: to act as a substitute

something used to fill a hole, space, or container

Synonyms for fill

a quantity sufficient to satisfy

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any material that fills a space or container

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become full

occupy the whole of

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assume, as of positions or roles

appoint someone to (a position or a job)

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eat until one is sated

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fill to satisfaction

References in periodicals archive ?
The Mixing Studio includes two discs that can be either rotated or scratched to produce unique background rhythms, drum fills, and voice effects.
Available exclusively from its website, members may download royalty-free licks, loops, chords, drum fills, riffs, notes, vocal harmonies, and percussion tracks, for use on their mixes.
The B-side is a terrific version of La Bamba with some great trumpet and drum fills, thanks to session greats Benny Green, Kenny Baker, Red Price on brass and Bobby Graham on drums.
Of the Fabs, only good old Ringo was invited to the sessions; his trademark drum fills meshing with the bass of longtime associate, Klaus Voorman.
Chopper(TM) editing tool -- This powerful tool allows users to create amazing drum fills, stutters and DJ-style effects using portions of audio loops which can be dropped into tracks as events.
Throw in ill-fitting drum fills, the odd solo and the odd plea for crowd participation and you have the kind of commercialised rock-poppap that's totally devoid of merit.