Learn how to say Fill correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word fill:
1 [with object] cause (a space or container) to become full or almost full:
I filled up the bottle with water
the office was filled with reporters
block up (a cavity in a tooth) with cement, amalgam, or gold.
[no object] become full:
Elinor’s eyes filled with tears
the dining car filled up
[no object] (fill up) fill the fuel tank of a car.
become an overwhelming presence in; pervade:
a pungent smell of garlic filled the air
cause (someone) to experience a strong emotion or feeling:
his presence filled us with foreboding
[no object] (of a sail) curve out tautly from its supports as the wind blows into it.
(of the wind) blow into (a sail), causing it to curve outwards.
2appoint a person to hold (a vacant post):
the board contacted him to say they had already filled the position
hold and perform the expected duties of (a post or role):
he had filled the post in an acting capacity for some time
satisfy or fulfil (a want or need):
community land trusts are a way to fill the pressing need for housing
3occupy or take up (a period of time):
the next few days were filled with meetings
4chiefly North American be supplied with the items described in (a prescription or order).
5(in poker) complete (a good hand) by drawing the necessary cards.
1 (one’s fill) 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
2an amount of something which will occupy all the space in a container:
a fill of tobacco
[mass noun] material, typically loose or compacted, which fills a space, especially in building or engineering work:
loose polystyrene fill
[mass noun] the action of filling something, especially of shading in a region of a computer graphics display.
(in popular music) a short interjected phrase on a particular instrument.