an act or instance of filling up, as a tank with fuel.
- Fill someone in
verb phrase To complete someone’s knowledge; brief someone; PUT someone IN THE PICTURE: Fill me in so I know what’s up here (1945+)
- Fill-out form
programming A type of user interface used, for example, on the World-Wide Web, to organise a set of questions or options for the user so that it resembles a traditional paper form that is filled out. Typical query types are: fill-in-the-blank (text), menu of options, select zero or more, or select exactly one (“radio buttons”). […]
[fil-mawr, -mohr] /ˈfɪl mɔr, -moʊr/ noun 1. Millard [mil-erd] /ˈmɪl ərd/ (Show IPA), 1800–74, 13th president of the United States 1850–53. /ˈfɪlmɔː/ noun 1. Millard. 1800-74, 13th president of the US (1850-53); a leader of the Whig Party
[fahyn-l-ahyz] /ˈfaɪn lˌaɪz/ verb (used with object), finalized, finalizing. 1. to put into form; complete all the details of. verb (used without object), finalized, finalizing. 2. to complete an agreement; conclude negotiations: We should finalize by the end of the week. /ˈfaɪnəˌlaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to put into final form; settle: to finalize plans for […]