Definitions for "fill"
A full supply, as much as supplies want; as much as gives complete satisfaction.
Fullness beneath the eyes, not chiseled.
A full hopper.
To make an embankment in, or raise the level of (a low place), with earth or gravel.
That which fills; filling; filler; specif., an embankment, as in railroad construction, to fill a hollow or ravine; also, the place which is to be filled.
dirt, or other earth material, added in a grading operation; or to the act of adding, or to the area where material has been added
Keywords:  spare, knocked, pins, strike, bonus
The amount of pins knocked down on the shot immediately proceeding a spare.
Pins knocked down following a spare or two consecutive strikes in the 10th frame.
Number of pins knocked down by the first ball after a spare. So called because those pins finish the scoring for the previous frame.
A man-made deposit of soil or other materials.
Man-made deposits of soil and/or waste material Filter - (Permeable filter) A layer or combination of layers of permeable material (typically sand and gravel) designed and placed in such a manner as to provide drainage, yet prevent the movement of soil particles due to flowing water.
sed] Any sediment deposited by an agent so as to fill or partly fill a valley, a sink or other depression.
In a woven fabric, the yarn running from selvage to selvage at right angles to the warp.
The system of yarns running crosswise in a fabric (short for filling). Also known as weft. See Warp.
The thread that runs horizontally in woven goods
Material used to stuff comforters, feather beds and other similar cased bedding items. Goose down, silk and Primaloft® are types of fill.
Polyfill, glass or mineral fiber or something similar used inside a loudspeaker enclosure. Filling a closed box makes it seem acoustically larger to the woofer, and in all boxes, fill damps standing waves within the box.
The material used to stuff items such as comforters or pillows. Natural down and man-made synthetics are examples of fill materials.
Keywords:  incumbent, occupy, sail, whole, abudant
To make full; to supply with as much as can be held or contained; to put or pour into, till no more can be received; to occupy the whole capacity of.
To furnish an abudant supply to; to furnish with as mush as is desired or desirable; to occupy the whole of; to swarm in or overrun.
To possess and perform the duties of; to officiate in, as an incumbent; to occupy; to hold; as, a king fills a throne; the president fills the office of chief magistrate; the speaker of the House fills the chair.
Execute an order or buy or sell a security or commodity.
Used when an order to buy or sell is executed.
When an order has been completely executed, it is described as filled.
Keywords:  sated, turkey, satisfaction, eat, one
eat until one is sated; "He filled up on turkey"
fill to satisfaction; "I am sated"
Keywords:  tint, gray, patcopy, stitch, pattern
The color or pattern applied to the area within a closed path or text character.
(1) To draw both the outline of a shape and its interior with any pattern you specify. The procedure transfers the pattern with the patCopy pattern mode, which directly copies your requested pattern into the shape See also: shape fill
A menu command that allows a path to be filled with a color or tint.
an instrumental phrase used between vocal lines, often to heighten a song's intensity
A brief musical phrase that is put into a small segment of a piece to add interest or excitement. A drum fill would briefly add an increased number of percussive attacks to create motion and excitement.
In popular music, a 'fill' is a sound (or combination of sounds) which "fills" the brief time between lyrical phrases and lines of melody. From a musical arranger's perspective, a fill serves the dual purpose or sustaining the listener's attention during what would otherwise be a brief "dead time," and intensifying or beautifying the principal melody. A fill may be played by any instrument, from percussion to flute, and may, as in certain types of blues, even be sung.
Lights that fill in the shadows on the subject. Not as bright as the key light or else further away from the subject than the key light to cut the intensity.
Lights which fill in the shadows on the subject, usually not as high in intensity as the key light or further away from the subject than the key light.
Supplementary light from a flash, lamp, or reflector, used to brighten the shadows that occur on a subject illuminated by direct sunlight. Shooting without fill in this situation tends to produce harsh contrast.
Any material that is put back in place of the extracted ore to provide ground support.
material used to raise the desired road profile above the natural ground line.
Material used for the raising of the level of the ground
A feature that affects the interior (background) color and texture of a PowerPoint object.
A graphic software tool used to fill selected parts of images or their backgrounds with a color.
The color that is applied across the area of the object.
Keywords:  draw, flush, luck, poker, five
To make a drawing poker hand. For example, to fill a straight draw and make the straight.
To draw a card that makes or finishes a five card hand.
A part or file re-posted after the original posting for the purposes of making a post complete.
Cheques brought to the table from the vault, to be added to the table's bankroll.
added earth which is designed to change the contour of the land.
Added earth which changes the contour of the land.
Lightweight concrete placed on a level roof deck in varying thickness' to build slopes to the roof drains, Also referred to as screeding. French (Béton à égaliser)
The contents of the digestive tract.
A term designating the fullness of the digestive tract of an animal. Also used to identify a phase of packaging milk and/or milk products in which containers are filled with product.
The contents of the intestinal tract of an animal, in ruminants this can be up to 20% of total live weight.
When The House replentishes the House Bank. This is usually done with security guards present. The boxman has to count the fill and a dealer needs to sign the receipt which goes to the casino cage.
any material that fills a space or container; "there was not enough fill for the trench"
Making all lines (consisting of characters and spaces) equal length in a given area, such as a paragraph.
Waste film. It is used to space out soundtracks within a reel to preserve synchronization with the picture. It is also called "slug" or "spacing."
Keywords:  gossip, satisfy, potatoes, heard, feed
To fill or supply fully with food; to feed; to satisfy.
a quantity sufficient to satisfy; "he ate his fill of potatoes"; "she had heard her fill of gossip"
Keywords:  thills, carriage, shafts, one
One of the thills or shafts of a carriage.
Keywords:  interlibrary, florida, loan
Florida InterLibrary Loan.
Keywords:  broom, bristles, head, refers
Fill refers to the bristles on the broom head.
Keywords:  lofty, quilt, polyester, fibers, fabric
Polyester fibers that are quilted in between the face fabric and the backing. This is what gives a quilt it's "lofty" appearance.
Keywords:  ash, fly
fly ash
Keywords:  putty, fast, repair, defect, drying
Repair to an open defect with fast-drying plastic putty.
Keywords:  cavity, packing, flash, mold, plug
The packing of the cavity or cavities of the mold as required to give a complete part or parts that are free of flash.
plug with a substance; "fill a cavity"
Places where a wood filler has been used to smooth over surface defects. Generally regarded as lessening the pipe's value.
Keywords:  took, job, director, position, roles
assume, as of positions or roles; "She took the job as director of development"
appoint someone to (a position or a job)
An area that covers a minor imperfection in the wood and then stained.
Keywords:  cup, drinking, glass
To fill a cup or glass for drinking.
Keywords:  width, maximum, machine, paper
the maximum width of paper that can be made on a given paper machine
Keywords:  want, meet, need
fill or meet a want or need