fill sth in/out Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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fill sth in/out

phrasal verb with fill uk   us   /fɪl/ verb
A2 to write the necessary information on an official document: to fill in a form/questionnaire
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in Chinese (Traditional) 填寫(正式檔)…
in Russian заполнять (анкету и т. д.)…
in Turkish form doldurmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 填写(正式文件)…
in Polish wypełniać coś…
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