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2 Translation results for fill in Spanish

verb | noun

fill verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
filled, has filled, is filling, fills
llenar, ocupar; rellenar; tapar, empastar (un diente); cumplir con, satisfacer

Example sentences of
fill verb

  • May I fill your glass for you?
  • She filled her house with antiques.
  • His massive body filled the doorway.
  • He has enough books to fill a library.
  • Two hundred people filled the room.
  • fill a sheet of paper with writing
  • a vase filled with flowers
  • stadiums filled with cheering fans
  • The rivers have filled and are close to flooding.
  • The stadium filled more than an hour before the game.

Synonyms of
fill verb

fill noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
relleno

Example sentences of
fill noun

  • They delivered a truckload of fill for the trench.
  • we ripped the tag off years ago, so we have no idea what the fill in that pillow is

Synonyms of
fill noun

Phrasal verbs for fill

Related phrases for fill

Reverse translation for fill

llenar  - to fill, to fill up, to fill in, to meet, to fulfill 
ocupar  - to occupy, to take possession of, to hold (a position), to employ, to keep busy, to fill (space, time), to inhabit (a dwelling), to bother, to concern 
rellenar  - to refill, to stuff, to fill, to fill out 
tapar  - to cover, to cover up, to block, to obstruct 
empastar  (un diente) - to fill (a tooth), to bind (a book) 
satisfacer  - to satisfy, to fulfill, to meet, to pay, to settle 
relleno  - stuffing, filling 
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