fill-up

[fil-uhp]
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noun

an act or instance of filling up, as a tank with fuel.

Nearby words

  1. fill out,
  2. fill someone's shoes,
  3. fill the bill,
  4. fill up,
  5. fill-in,
  6. fillagree,
  7. fille de joie,
  8. filled gold,
  9. filled milk,
  10. filled to the brim

Origin of fill-up

First recorded in 1850–55; noun use of verb phrase fill up

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Examples from the Web for fill-up

  • I tell you there was some tall cursing done, and some flying around in the editorial 'fill-up' drawers.

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  • And this would give the burros a good rest and a fill-up before their climb.