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fill

verb (SPACE) 地方     /fɪl/
[I or T] to make or become full; to use empty space (使)充滿,(使)裝滿,(使)注滿;佔據;布滿 I filled the bucket with water. 我往桶裡注滿了水。 I could hear the cistern filling. 我聽見往蓄水池裡注水的聲音。 I went to the library to fill (in) an hour (= use that period of time) until the meeting. 我去圖書館打發開會前的一個小時。 figurative Happy sounds filled the room (= could be heard everywhere in the room). 房間裡充滿了歡聲笑語。 figurative The thought of it fills me with (= makes me feel) dread. 一想到它我心中就充滿恐懼。 Filling and completing
[I or T] to put a substance into an empty space (以…)填塞,充注 Before painting, fill (in) all the cracks in the plaster. 粉刷之前先把所有的裂縫用灰泥填滿。 These cakes are filled with cream. 這些蛋糕是鮮奶油夾心的。 figurative The product clearly filled a need/gap in the market. 該產品顯然填補了市場的需求/空白。 Filling and completing
[T] to put a substance into a hole in a tooth to repair it 補(牙) You should get that cavity filled. 你應該把那個牙洞補上。 DentistryThe teethProblems with bones, joints and teeth
(Definition of fill verb (SPACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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