Definition of 'refill'
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Wait until your glass is completely empty to refill so you can keep count of how much you are drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keep a bottle and refill it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some employment experts argue such roles have a high turnover so firms leave ads up in case they need to refill them. The Sun (2010)This year nearly 20billion litres will be needed to refill it for the summer. The Sun (2006)Depending how mature your plants are, you only need to refill the reservoir once or twice a week. The Sun (2013)Let me give you a few minutes to think about that while I refill your coffee cups. Christianity Today (2000)When you refill your tank, make sure it's full to the brim. Times, Sunday Times (2012)From this summer retailers will be allowed to refill cash machines from the notes in their tills, rather than waiting for a fresh delivery of banknotes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'refill'
British English: refill /riːˈfɪl/ VERB
If you refill something, you fill it again after it has been emptied.
I refilled our cups.
- American English: refill
- Arabic: يُعْيدُ مِلْء
- Brazilian Portuguese: reencher
- Chinese: 补充
- Croatian: ponovno napuniti
- Czech: dolít
- Danish: fylde op igen
- Dutch: bijvullen
- European Spanish: rellenar recargar
- Finnish: täyttää uudelleen
- French: remplir à nouveau
- German: nachfüllen
- Greek: αναπληρώνω
- Italian: ricaricare
- Japanese: 補充する
- Korean: 다시 채우다
- Norwegian: etterfylle
- Polish: napełnić
- European Portuguese: reencher
- Romanian: a reumple
- Russian: пополнять
- Spanish: rellenar
- Swedish: fylla på
- Thai: เติมให้เต็ม
- Turkish: yeniden doldurmak
- Ukrainian: поповнювати
- Vietnamese: làm cho đầy lại
Definition of refill from the Collins English Dictionary
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