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fill [ fil] vt.装满,盛满;占满

fill [ fil] vt.担任(职务);填补

fill in 填充,填写,临时代替

fill out 填好,填写;使长大

fill up 填补;装满

fill in /out 填充,填写

fill in /out

fill [fil] vt. 填空,装满

fill [fil] 填充

金玉满堂 Treasures fill the home

温饱工程 bring-warmth fill-bellies project

Liquid Filling Machine 液体充填机

Oil Filled Radiator 电热油汀

May the season's joy fill you all the year round.

Would you please fill in the depositing form, giving the sum of money you're to deposit as well as your name, address and professional unit?

Fill our a withdrawal form, please.

to fill in the receipt in duplicate 一式两份填这张收据

Filling Station 加油站

fill in for 代替

fill out 填表

May the season's joy fill you all the year round.

Fill in your selection here and take to a pay point. 在此选购商品填单,然后到收款台付款。

Love is like an hourglass, with the heart filling up as the brain empties.

金玉满堂 Treasures fill the home

line filling 产品线填充

填写支票数额 to fill up a cheque

FISU Fill-In Signal Unit 填充信令单元

sodium filled valve(natrium cooled valve)

fill control system

Fill it up.

He was filled with envy at my success.

His eyes filled with tears as he looked with love at her.

The box was filled with gifts.

Teachers should try to fill students' needs.

Mother filled my plate with food.

He is the only child in the family, so the parents are trying their best to fill his needs.

The sound of the music fills me with memories.

I admired my father, and his work filled me with wonder and curiosity.

I admired my father and his work filled me with curiosity.

He looked at me without speaking, and for the first time I could see that his eyes were filled with pride.

To sign up for membership, please fill in the form.

All glass bottles which can't be filled again can be recycled.

Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word.

This ship was filled to capacity with goods.

The hall is filled to capacity.

He was filled with despair by his failure.

We are meant to fill in a tax form and pay income tax every year.

She drained the bathtub and filled it with fresh water.
她放掉了浴缸里的水, 又注入了新水。

The Port of Shanghai is filled with vessels of various kinds.

I think I've filled in everything correctly.我想各项都填对了。

In the early 1950’s historians who studies preindustrial Europe (which we may define here as Europe in the period from roughly 1300 to 1800) began, for the first time in large numbers, to investigate more of the preindustrial European population than the 2 or 3 percent who comprised the political and social elite: the kings, generals, judges, nobles, bishops, and local magnates who had hitherto usually filled history books.

I am filled with desire to go back home.

Please fill the cup with water.

Laughter filled the room.

He filled and lit his pipe.

He watched his woods filled up with snow.

The park was crowded.
The park was filled with people.

I don't know how to fill out this form. *fill out“在空白处填写”。form是“填写用表”。

How do I fill out this form?

What's today's date?
Fill out the form. (请填这张表。)
What's today's date? (今天几号?)
It's the tenth. (今天10号。)
What date is it today?
What's the date?
What's the date today?

I don't know how to fill out this form. *fill out是固定搭配,表示“在空白处填写”。form是“表格用纸”。
How do I fill out this form?
Can you help me with this form? (您能帮我填一下这张表吗?)

I'll fill you in. *fill...in“填满……”、“把……装满”。
So, what happened to my father? (那,我父亲出了什么事情?)
I'll fill you in. (我把一切告诉你。)
I'll tell you all about it.
I'll explain everything.
I'll tell you all the details.

My heart has been filled with grief. *be filled with... 表示“充满……”,grief 表示“极度悲伤”、“悲叹”。

Could you explain how to fill this out?

Please fill in this disembarkation card.

Very well, sir. Please fill out this remittance slip.

Please fill me in.
= Please tell me all about it.

Fill it up.

Drop by drop the oceans are filled; stone by stone the walls are built.

Grain by grain and hen fills her belly.

Mere words will not fill a bushel.

Quick feet and busy hands fill the mouth.

The cask savours of the first fill.

Fill factor 填充系数

fill rate 供应比率

To fill the hour --- that is happiness.
Ralph Woldo Emerson, American thinker

Growth and change are the law of all life. Yesterday's answers are inadequate for today's problems ----just as the solutions of today will not fill the needs of tomorrow.
Franklin Roosevelt, Averican president 

We can not tell the precise moment when friendship is founded, As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over ; so in a serics of kindness there is at last one which makes the heart run over.
James Boswell, British writer

Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.
William Butler Yeats, lrish poet 
爱尔兰诗人叶芝B W 

Fill it up. Unleaded, please.

@@@ 代替
fill in for 代替, 接替
in place of 代替; 更换
locker room 更衣室
substitute A from B 用A代替B
yield to sth. 屈服, 让步; 被...占据/替代

up : 完成,结束(expressing completeness and finality)
finish up 完成
drink up 喝干
eat up 吃光
burn up 烧光
wash up 洗净
use up 用光
fill up 装满
pay up 付清
settle up 解决
lick up 甜净
sum up 总结,
open up 透露
end up 结束
let up 中止, 减少
draw up 停止
close up 停止,关闭
swallow up 吞没
beat up 痛打
cover up 掩盖
break up 结束,分解
wind up 结束

in : 加入,记入(to be added, or included)
book in 登记
check in 签到
count in 记入
fill in 填入
hand in 交上
take in 吸收
send in 呈交

out : 搞清,弄明白(in or into notice and clearness)
find out 找出
figure out 算出,解决
make out 弄清
count out 点清
come out 出版,出现
catch out 看出
carry out 完成,
bear out 证明
bring out 发表,说出
fill out 使完全, 添满
write out 写出

fill in for 代替

fill out 填表

Please fill in the application form.

磅礴 majestic; fill; permeate; boundless

补 mend; patch; fill

补足 complementarity; fill

填补 fill; pad

把酒 [bǎ jiǔ] /raise one's wine cup/fill a wine cup for sb/

礴 [bó] /fill/extend/

补 [bǔ] /to repair/to patch/to mend/to make up for/to fill (a vacancy)/to supplement/

补苗 [bǔ miáo] /fill the gaps with seedlings/

补缺 [bǔ quē] /fill a vacancy/supply a deficiency/

补牙 [bǔ yá] /fill a tooth/have a tooth stopped/

补足 [bǔ zú] /bring up to full strength/make up a deficiency/fill (a vacancy, gap, etc.)/

充 [chōng] /fill/satisfy/fulfill/to act in place of/substitute/sufficient/full/

代理 [dài lǐ] /acting (temporarily filling a position)/

饺 [jiǎo] /dumplings with meat filling/

满 [mǎn] /Manchurian/to fill/to fulfill/filled/packed/

满腔 [mǎn qiāng] /have one's bosom filled with/

弥 [mí] /full/to fill/

盛产 [shèng chǎn] /(v) filled with; teem with; superabound with/

添补 [tiān bu ] /fill (up)/replenish/

填 [tián] /to fill in/

阗 [tián] /fill up/rumbling sound/

填补 [tián bǔ] /(v) fill in a gap or omission/

填空 [tián kòng] /(v) fill a job vacancy/

填写 [tián xiě] /(v) fill or write in a blank spot on a form/

馅儿 [xianr4] /stuffing/filling/

盈 [yíng] /full/filled/surplus/

Americans stopped taking prosperity for granted.
They began to believe that their way of doing business was failing, and that their incomes would therefore shortly begin to fall as well.
The mid-1980s brought one inquiry after another into the causes of America's industrial decline.
Their sometimes sensational findings were filled with warnings about the growing competition from overseas.

For us, this means that evolution is over; the biological Utopia has arrived. Strangely, it has involved little physical change.
No other species fills so many places in nature.

But push technology has earned the contempt of many Web users.
Online culture thinks highly of the notion that the information flowing onto the screen comes there by specific request.
Once commercial promotion begins to fill the screen uninvited, the distinction between the Web and television fades.

His mind was ready for the unpredictable.
Unpredicability is part of the essential nature of research.
If you don't have unpredictable things, you don't have research.
Scientists tend to forget this when writing their cut and dried reports for the technical journals, but history is filled with examples of it.

This account of yourself is actually a sketch of your working life and should include education, experience and references.
Such an account is valuable.
It can be referred to in filling out standard application blanks and is extremely helpful in personal interviews.
While talking to you, your could-be employer is deciding whether your education, your experience, and other qualifications will pay him to employ you and your "wares" and abilities must be displayed in an orderly and reasonably connected manner.

{adj: Praetorian, Pretorian} characteristic of or similar to the corruptible soldiers in the Praetorian Guard with respect to corruption or political venality
"a large Praetorian bureaucracy filled with ambitious...and often sycophantic people makes work and makes trouble"- Arthur M.Schlesinger Jr.

{adj: abscessed} infected and filled with pus
"an abscessed tooth"

{adj: afraid} filled with fear or apprehension
"afraid even to turn his head"
"suddenly looked afraid"
"afraid for his life"
"afraid of snakes"
"afraid to ask questions"
<-> unafraid

{adj: afraid} filled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement
"I'm afraid I won't be able to come"
"he was afraid he would have to let her go"
"I'm afraid you're wrong"

{adj: air-filled} full of air

{adj: amazed, astonied, astonished, astounded, stunned} filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock
"an amazed audience gave the magician a standing ovation"
"I stood enthralled, astonished by the vastness and majesty of the cathedral"
"astounded viewers wept at the pictures from the Oklahoma City bombing"
"stood in stunned silence"
"stunned scientists found not one but at least three viruses"

{adj: at a loss, nonplused, nonplussed, puzzled} filled with bewilderment
"at a loss to understand those remarks"
"puzzled that she left without saying goodbye"

{adj: baffled, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, confounded, confused, lost, mazed, mixed-up, at sea} perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
"obviously bemused by his questions"
"bewildered and confused"
"a cloudy and confounded philosopher"
"just a mixed-up kid"
"she felt lost on the first day of school"

{adj: beguiled, captivated, charmed, delighted, enthralled, entranced} filled with wonder and delight

{adj: blank, clean, white} (of a surface) not written or printed on
"blank pages"
"fill in the blank spaces"
"a clean page"
"wide white margins"

{adj: blood-filled} containing blood
"the blood-filled centers of arteries and veins"

{adj: brimful, brimfull, brimming} filled to capacity
"a brimful cup"
"I am brimful of chowder"
"a child brimming over with curiosity"
"eyes brimming with tears"

{adj: brumous, foggy, hazy, misty} filled or abounding with fog or mist
"a brumous October morning"

{adj: bubbling, bubbly, foaming, foamy, frothy, effervescing} emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
"bubbling champagne"
"foamy (or frothy) beer"

{adj: champleve, cloisonne} (for metals) having areas separated by metal and filled with colored enamel and fired

{adj: charnel, ghastly, sepulchral} gruesomely indicative of death or the dead
"a charnel smell came from the chest filled with dead men's bones"
"ghastly shrieks"
"the sepulchral darkness of the catacombs"

{adj: chinked, stopped-up} having narrow opening filled

{adj: cloud-covered, clouded, overcast, sunless} filled or abounding with clouds

{adj: cluttered, littered} filled or scattered with a disorderly accumulation of objects or rubbish
"the storm left the drivewaylittered with sticks nd debris"
"his library was a cluttered room with piles of books on every chair"

{adj: doleful, mournful} filled with or evoking sadness
"the child's doleful expression"
"stared with mournful eyes"
"mournful news"

{adj: dry, juiceless} lacking interest or stimulation; dull and lifeless
"a dry book"
"a dry lecture filled with trivial details"
"dull and juiceless as only book knowledge can be when it is unrelated to...life"- John Mason Brown

{adj: egg-filled} full of eggs

{adj: enthusiastic} having or showing great excitement and interest
"enthusiastic crowds filled the streets"
"an enthusiastic response"
"was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons"
<-> unenthusiastic

{adj: erectile, cavernous} filled with vascular sinuses and capable of becoming distended and rigid as the result of being filled with blood
"erectile tissue"
"the penis is an erectile organ"

{adj: exultant, exulting, jubilant, prideful, rejoicing, triumphal, triumphant} joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
"rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ Day"
"a triumphal success"
"a triumphant shout"

{adj: familiar} within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange
"familiar ordinary objects found in every home"
"a familiar everyday scene"
"a familiar excuse"
"a day like any other filled with familiar duties and experiences"
<-> strange

{adj: filled} (of time) taken up
"well-filled hours"

{adj: filled} (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with
"theirs was a house filled with laughter"
"a large hall filled with rows of desks"
"fog-filled air"

{adj: filled} of purchase orders that have been filled
<-> unfilled

{adj: filthy, foul, nasty} disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
"as filthy as a pigsty"
"a foul pond"
"a nasty pigsty of a room"

{adj: formless} having no physical form
"belief in a world filled with...formless but often malevolent beings"

{adj: fraught, pregnant} filled with or attended with
"words fraught with meaning"
"an incident fraught with danger"
"a silence pregnant with suspense"

{adj: frowsy, frowzy, slovenly} negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt
"filled the door with her frowzy bulk"
"frowzy white hair"
"slovenly appearance"

{adj: full, replete} filled to satisfaction with food or drink
"a full stomach"

{adj: gas-filled} full of a gas

{adj: gloomy, grim, darkening} characterized by hopelessness; filled with gloom
"gloomy at the thought of what he had to face"
"gloomy predictions"
"a gloomy silence"
"took a grim view of the economy"
"the darkening mood"

{adj: half-timber, half-timbered} having exposed wood framing with spaces filled with masonry, as in Tudor architecture

{adj: harsh} disagreeable to the senses
"the harsh cry of a blue jay"
"harsh cognac"
"the harsh white light makes you screw up your eyes"
"harsh irritating smoke filled the hallway"

{adj: inflatable} designed to be filled with air or gas
"an inflatable mattress"
"an inflatable boat"

{adj: instinct, replete} (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated
"imbued with the spirit of the Reformation"
"words instinct with love"
"it is replete with misery"

{adj: jammed, jam-packed, packed} filled to capacity
"a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes"
"stands jam-packed with fans"
"a packed theater"

{adj: laden, loaded, ladened} filled with a great quantity
"a tray loaded with dishes"
"table laden with food"
"`ladened' is not current usage"

{adj: liquid, swimming} filled or brimming with tears
"swimming eyes"
"sorrow made the eyes of many grow liquid"

{adj: lively} filled with events or activity
"a lively period in history"

{adj: melted, liquid, liquified} changed from a solid to a liquid state
"rivers filled to overflowing by melted snow"
<-> unmelted

{adj: miasmal, miasmic, vaporous, vapourous} filled with vapor
"miasmic jungles"
"a vaporous bog"

{adj: moated} protected by a deep wide ditch usually filled with water

{adj: nonappointive} filled by popular election rather than by appointment

{adj: nonelective, non-elective, nonelected} filled by appointment rather than by election
"a nonelective office"

{adj: occupied} held or filled or in use
"she keeps her time well occupied"
"the wc is occupied"
<-> unoccupied

{adj: open} not having been filled
"the job is still open"

{adj: perfumed, scented} filled or impregnated with perfume
"perfumed boudoir"
"perfumed stationery"
"scented soap"

{adj: pink-collar} of or relating to a class of jobs once traditionally filled by women
"a pink-collar employee"

{adj: salty} containing or filled with salt
"salt water"
<-> fresh

{adj: satisfied} filled with satisfaction
"a satisfied customer"

{adj: saturated} used especially of organic compounds; having all available valence bonds filled
"saturated fats"
<-> unsaturated

{adj: seething} in constant agitation
"a seething flag-waving crowd filled the streets"
"a seething mass of maggots"
"lovers and madmen have such seething brains"- Shakespeare

{adj: shady, shadowed, shadowy, umbrageous} filled with shade
"the shady side of the street"
"the surface of the pond is dark and shadowed"
"we sat on rocks in a shadowy cove"
"cool umbrageous woodlands"

{adj: smoke-filled} containing smoke
"smoke-filled rooms"

{adj: smoky} marked by or emitting or filled with smoke
"smoky rafters"
"smoky chimneys"
"a smoky fireplace"
"a smoky corridor"
<-> smokeless

{adj: sperm-filled} filled with sperm

{adj: steaming, steamy} filled with steam or emitting moisture in the form of vapor or mist
"a steaming kettle"
"steamy towels"

{adj: stormbound} delayed or confined or cut off by a storm
"the airport was filled with stormbound passengers"

{adj: stuffed} filled with something
"a stuffed turkey"

{adj: swamped} sunk by being filled with water
"a swamped boat"

{adj: tearful} filled with or marked by tears
"tearful eyes"
"tearful entreaties"
<-> tearless

{adj: teeming} abundantly filled with especially living things
"the Third World's teeming millions"
"the teeming boulevard"

{adj: terror-stricken, terror-struck} struck or filled with terror

{adj: thronged} filled with great numbers crowded together
"I try to avoid the thronged streets and stores just before Christmas"

{adj: unexpired} not having come to an end or been terminated by passage of time
"elected to fill the senator's unexpired term"
"an unexpired driver's license"
<-> expired

{adj: unfilled} of purchase orders that have not been filled
<-> filled

{adj: unoccupied} not held or filled or in use
"an unoccupied telephone booth"
"unoccupied hours"
<-> occupied

{adj: watery} filled with water
"watery soil"

{adj: wheelless} having no wheels or having no wheeled vehicles
"dragging a wheelless stoneboat filled with rocks"
"wheelless societies"
<-> wheeled

{adv: completely} so as to be complete; with everything necessary
"he had filled out the form completely"

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