[fee-yuh duh zhwah] /ˌfi yə də ˈʒwɑ/
noun, plural filles de joie
[fee-yuh duh zhwah] /ˌfi yə də ˈʒwɑ/ (Show IPA). French.
/fij də ʒwa/
noun (pl) filles de joie (fij də ʒwa)
noun 1. a composition consisting of gold-plating welded to and rolled with a backing of brass or other base metal, at least 1/20 (0.05) of the total weight being that of the gold. noun 1. another name (esp US) for rolled gold
noun 1. milk containing a substitute for the butterfat. filled milk n. Skim milk with vegetable oils added to substitute for butterfat.
- Filled to the brim
As full as possible; also, completely satisfied. For example, We’re filled to the brim with excitement. This expression transfers the idea of a container filled to the very top. W.S. Gilbert used it in the comic opera The Mikado (1885): “Three little maids from school are we, Filled to the brim with girlish glee.” [ […]
[fil-er] /ˈfɪl ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that : a filler for pies; a filler of orders. 2. a thing or substance used to a gap, cavity, or the like. 3. a substance used to cracks, pores, etc., in a surface before painting or varnishing. 4. a liquid, paste, or the like used […]