Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of refill.
  • noun The act of filling again; a refill.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun filling again by supplying what has been used up

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Examples

  • Therefore, consider that the low investment in refilling ink cartridge from your computer and save the fortunes were different.

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  • You can assist in refilling and replenishing the creative well every day by taking the time to breathe, relax and watch a sunset or take in the beauty of a single flower or wonder at the smile of a stranger in the street.

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  • In the Gulf of Mexico, old depleted wells are refilling from the bottom up as opposed to from the sides (like from another well).

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  • He got up and limped downstairs into the kitchen with the idea of refilling his hot-water bottle to ease the stiffness in his knee.

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  • It may be contended that small bobbins frequently require refilling, which is quite true, but the saving of the thread effected thereby, not to mention that of the machine itself, amply compensates for the use of small shuttles.

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  • With an unconscious sigh, not entirely of relief, Neeland opened his cigarette case, found it empty, turned and went slowly below with the idea of refilling it.

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  • When the refrigerators needed "refilling", the blocks were lifted by a winch and slid into these doorways situated above each chamber.

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  • Even at this capacity, you may find yourself frequently "refilling" the unit with new content.

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  • Such a torrent could cause explosive acceleration similar to nitrous oxide, but with the added benefit of "refilling" just as fast from an electrical outlet.

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  • Such a torrent could cause explosive acceleration similar to nitrous oxide, but with the added benefit of "refilling" just as fast from an electrical outlet.

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