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filled definition

  • adjective:
    • That is now full.
    • containing the maximum amount of or up to can be done or regular. Opposite of vacant.
    • totally of just one material with no holes around. Opposite of hollow.
    • having appointments for the course of a period; -- of a consultation routine. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • of purchase purchases which have been filled
    • (usually followed closely by `with' or utilized as a combining kind) generously provided with
    • (period) taken up
    • that's now-full.
    • containing the maximum amount of or as much as is possible or regular. Opposite of vacant.
    • completely of just one material without holes around. Opposite of hollow.
    • having appointments for the span of a period of time; -- of a consultation routine. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • of purchase requests which were filled
    • (usually followed by `with' or utilized as a combining form) generously supplied with
    • (of the time) adopted
    • That is now full.
    • containing just as much or as much as is achievable or regular. Opposite of vacant.
    • entirely of one compound without any holes inside. Opposite of hollow.
    • having appointments for the course of a period of time; -- of an appointment schedule. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • of purchase orders which have been filled
    • (usually followed by `with' or utilized as a combining type) generously given
    • (of time) taken up
    • This is certainly now full.
    • which now-full.
    • That is now-full.
    • That is now full.
    • containing just as much or up to is achievable or normal. Opposite of bare.
    • containing the maximum amount of or as many as is achievable or regular. Opposite of bare.
    • entirely of 1 compound without holes around. Opposite of hollow.
    • containing just as much or as much as can be done or normal. Opposite of vacant.
    • containing as much or as much as can be done or regular. Opposite of bare.
    • that's now-full.
    • entirely of one substance with no holes inside. Opposite of hollow.
    • having appointments throughout the span of a period of time; -- of an appointment schedule. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • totally of one substance without any holes in. Opposite of hollow.
    • completely of just one compound without any holes in. Opposite of hollow.
    • having appointments throughout the course of an interval; -- of a scheduled appointment routine. Opposite of unoccupied and free
    • of buy purchases that have been filled
    • having appointments throughout the length of a period; -- of an appointment schedule. Opposite of unoccupied and free
    • having appointments throughout the course of an interval; -- of a consultation routine. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • containing the maximum amount of or as much as can be done or typical. Opposite of vacant.
    • (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) amply given
    • of purchase sales that have been filled
    • of buy requests that have been filled
    • (usually accompanied by `with' or made use of as a combining type) amply provided with
    • entirely of one material without holes around. Opposite of hollow.
    • of purchase purchases which have been filled
    • (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) amply provided with
    • (period) taken up
    • (usually followed closely by `with' or used as a combining form) amply supplied with
    • having appointments through the course of an interval; -- of an appointment routine. Opposite of unoccupied and no-cost
    • (period) taken up
    • (of time) taken on
    • of buy purchases which have been filled
    • (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining kind) generously provided with
    • (period) adopted
    • (period) taken up
  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of fill.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of fill.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of fill.
    • Easy last tense and past participle of fill.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of fill.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of fill.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of fill.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of fill.
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