Definition of 'fill up'
Example sentences containing 'fill up'
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Fill up on lots of vegetables and salads. The Sun (2012)It's the kind of place that fills up fast for the season. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tax now makes up close to 75 per cent of the cost for motorists to fill up at the pump. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Translations for 'fill up'
British English: fill up /fɪl ʌp/ VERB
If you fill a container up, you keep putting or pouring something into it until it is full.
Filling up your car's petrol tank these days is very expensive.
- American English: fill up
- Arabic: يَـمْلُأ
- Brazilian Portuguese: completar
- Chinese: 填补
- Croatian: napuniti
- Czech: naplnit nádobu
- Danish: fylde op
- Dutch: opvullen
- European Spanish: llenar
- Finnish: täyttää
- French: faire le plein
- German: auffüllen Getränk
- Greek: γεμίζω
- Italian: colmare
- Japanese: 記入する
- Korean: 채우다
- Norwegian: fylle opp
- Polish: wypełnić
- European Portuguese: encher
- Romanian: a umple până la refuz
- Russian: заполнять
- Spanish: llenar hasta el borde
- Swedish: tanka
- Thai: เติมให้เต็ม
- Turkish: doldurmak benzin deposu
- Ukrainian: наповнювати
- Vietnamese: đổ đầy
Definition of fill up from the Collins English Dictionary
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