fill-up

fill-up

(fĭl′ŭp′)
n.
The act or an instance of filling up something, especially a gasoline tank: offered a free car wash with each fill-up.
Translations

fill-up

n (inf) do you want a fill-up?soll ich nachschenken?
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Owners simply use the card to pay for each fill-up until the credit is exhausted.
Owners use the card to pay for each fill-up until the credit is exhausted.
Not only does the Hy-Wire use space-age drive-by-wire steering electronics, but it also incorporates a high-pressure 5,000-pound per-square-inch (psi) hydrogen tank that allows it to travel 300 miles on a fill-up of gaseous hydrogen.
That's particularly bad news for Balanced Care, whose black boxes only agreed to fund working capital up until the projected fill-up times.
While parked, customers can easily opt for a gas fill-up, a car wash and other car services via the ZIRX app.
While parked, consumers can easily opt for a gas fill-up, a car wash and more via the ZIRX app.
Research indicated that while drivers would happily use such environmentally-friendly vehicles, they would be reluctant to scour town and country in search of suitable fill-up points.
It works like this: Each time a driver buys gasoline (eight gallons minimum) at a participating Mobil station, the sales associate will stamp a fill-up card and attach the proof of purchase receipt.
Customers thought the Corn Maze Colonel's acting was a little stiff, but it gave us a great excuse to talk about our new $5 popCORN chicken Fill-Ups available Monday at a KFC near you.
The 2016 Volt offers a GM-estimated 50 miles of EV range, and a total driving range of more than 400 miles between fill-ups.
The car is called the Mirai, a five-door hatchback with a boot capacity of 360 litres and a range of 300 miles between fill-ups.
3mpg, meaning a theoretical driving range of 970 miles between fill-ups.