- v. transitive To fill; to replace material that is absent or has been removed.
- v. transitive (idiomatic) To inform somebody, especially to supply someone missing or missed information.
- v. intransitive (idiomatic) To substitute for somebody or something.
- v. transitive To complete a form or questionnaire with requested information.
- v. be a substitute
- v. represent the effect of shade or shadow on
- v. supply with information on a specific topic
- v. write all the required information onto a form
“Whenever I find myself there, I now take a microaction by asking, “Is there another way to fill in this blank?””
“He repapered the room with new maps of Africa, and prepared to fill in the blanks.11”
“The studio hasn't developed enough of any other programming to fill in if they made the decision (not even close, they have only 3 new original pilots on que) and their poison pill in the Leno contract is not in any way "small" in fact, it's pretty damn big. mattCR”
“Why isnt it best if corporations concentrate on maximizing profits, allowing capitalism to perform its alchemy of turning profit maximization aka greed into social good and allowing government and voluntary private charities to fill in the gaps?”
“So at points in my story, the three important women in my life, my mother, Joyce Robles, my ex-wife, Kristin Ortiz, and the love of my life, Jenna Jameson, will fill in the blanks and help paint a complete picture.”
“Around her, the wagoneers worked frantically to fill in the gaps between the houses, unhitch the bison, and get them clear.”
“Sideboards had been lashed to the wagon wheels to fill in the gaps under the wagons.”
“In the fifth inning, rookie Damaso Garcia—yanked up from the minors to fill in for the hurt Willie Randolph—slammed into Fred Stanley, who was playing in place of the hurt Bucky Dent, while Stanley was trying to catch a Butch Hobson pop-up.”
“The Mahdi sent parties to fill in the wells on the road between El Obeid and Khartoum.”
“Every four months or so, I get Botox to fill in my crows-feet and the furrows in my brow, and Restylane for my smile lines.”
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