fill again


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Verb1.fill again - fill something that had previously been emptied; "refill my glass, please"
fill, fill up, make full - make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
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They lived through hectic, 16-hour days, where the benefits of their liberalisations were often a matter of faith - until partly freed prices stimulated a market reaction, and the shops began to fill again.
REPINE A To feel discontent B To put back in time C To fill again or replenish who am I?
WE PICKED IT BECAUSE: When it comes to craft beer, we like to have our fill again and again.
Inlet supporters since at the least the 1990s have lobbied in Raleigh and Washington, held hundreds of meeting and worked out potential solutions only to see the inlet fill again and again.
As businesses pull out or stall on deals in the area, a vacuum has been left that may be slow to fill again.
Next, prime the door and fill any defects with a wood filler, then undercoat the door, fill again, sand, give the door another undercoat and paint.
Industry is gaining pace as order books have started to fill again and companies are cautiously stepping up their investment plans.
He says: "while the inventory reduction is still continuing, order books have started to fill again.
Sand and fill again but this time with a fast set filler, Tetrion and Polycell both do one.
But yesterday fearswere expressed that, once the big names had moved, their spaces would be difficult to fill again in the core town centre, leaving big holes on Hope St and Regent St.
If you do have algae, don't be tempted to drain all the water from the pond and fill again with new, this is only a quick-fix solution to the problem as it will return again within a few days.