American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or an instance of filling up something, especially a gasoline tank: offered a free car wash with each fill-up.
- n. Alternative form of fillup.
“The places literally fill-up with laughing, dancing students for a few hours in the afternoon.”
“Consumers' response to costlier gasoline is pivotal because they account for about 70 percent of the U.S. economy and feel oil-market disruptions with every fill-up, economists said.”
“He said you'll be able to inflate them at any store that sells helium balloons, and a fill-up will last several weeks.”
“Q: I have a Mercedes 2007 C280 4matic, and whenever I get a fill-up, I smell gas until I drive it awhile.”
“Most of us tend to look only at the cost of oil in relation to a fill-up at the local gas station.”
“Some time thereafter, the same man, along with his buddy this time, pulled in again for a fill-up, and again he asked for his free sex.”
“With a fill-up costing her $83, Ms. Whitt, a student, said she has started struggling with other obligations.”
“Car rentals -- factor in taxes, gas and fill-up penalties and insurance although check your auto insurance and credit card policies to ensure you don't pay for duplicate coverage.”
“To people researching choice of “tasty” vs “fill-up” food:”
“He convinced the owner to fill-up his gas tank at a cost of about $50.”
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