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refill

noun /ˈriːfil/
the amount (usually in a container) of some material needed to fill up some object which becomes empty through use
recambio; carga
I must go and buy some refills for my pen.
Translations of “refill”
in Arabic إعادة ملء…
in Korean 보충, 리필…
in Malaysian bahan isi semula…
in French recharge…
in Italian ricarica, refill…
in Chinese (Traditional) (容器的)填充物,填補料, 再次填充滿…的量…
in Vietnamese cái dự trữ…
in Portuguese refil, nova carga…
in Thai เติมใหม่…
in German die Ersatzfüllung…
in Catalan recanvi…
in Japanese お代わり, 補給…
in Indonesian isi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (容器的)填充物,填补料, 再次填充满…的量…
(Definition of refill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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