fill verb (SPACE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "fill" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


verb (SPACE)
[I or T] to make or become full; to use empty space
I filled the bucket with water.
I could hear the cistern filling.
I went to the library to fill (in) an hour (= use that period of time) until the meeting.
figurative Happy sounds filled the room (= could be heard everywhere in the room).
figurative The thought of it fills me with (= makes me feel) dread.
Filling and completing
[I or T] to put a substance into an empty space
Before painting, fill (in) all the cracks in the plaster.
These cakes are filled with cream.
figurative The product clearly filled a need/gap in the market.
Filling and completing
[T] to put a substance into a hole in a tooth to repair it
You should get that cavity filled.
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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