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re·fill

 (rē-fĭl′)
tr.v. re·filled, re·fill·ing, re·fills
To fill again.
n. (rē′fĭl′)
1. A product packaged to replace the used contents of a container.
2. A second or subsequent filling.

refill

vb
to fill (something) again
n
1. a replacement for a consumable substance in a permanent container
2. a second or subsequent filling: a refill at the petrol station.
3. informal another drink to replace one already drunk
reˈfillable adj

re•fill

(v. riˈfɪl; n. ˈriˌfɪl)

v.t., v.i.
1. to fill again.
n.
2. a material, supply, or the like, to replace something used up.
[1680–90]
re•fill′a•ble, adj., n.

refill


Past participle: refilled
Gerund: refilling

Imperative
refill
refill
Present
I refill
you refill
he/she/it refills
we refill
you refill
they refill
Preterite
I refilled
you refilled
he/she/it refilled
we refilled
you refilled
they refilled
Present Continuous
I am refilling
you are refilling
he/she/it is refilling
we are refilling
you are refilling
they are refilling
Present Perfect
I have refilled
you have refilled
he/she/it has refilled
we have refilled
you have refilled
they have refilled
Past Continuous
I was refilling
you were refilling
he/she/it was refilling
we were refilling
you were refilling
they were refilling
Past Perfect
I had refilled
you had refilled
he/she/it had refilled
we had refilled
you had refilled
they had refilled
Future
I will refill
you will refill
he/she/it will refill
we will refill
you will refill
they will refill
Future Perfect
I will have refilled
you will have refilled
he/she/it will have refilled
we will have refilled
you will have refilled
they will have refilled
Future Continuous
I will be refilling
you will be refilling
he/she/it will be refilling
we will be refilling
you will be refilling
they will be refilling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refilling
you have been refilling
he/she/it has been refilling
we have been refilling
you have been refilling
they have been refilling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refilling
you will have been refilling
he/she/it will have been refilling
we will have been refilling
you will have been refilling
they will have been refilling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refilling
you had been refilling
he/she/it had been refilling
we had been refilling
you had been refilling
they had been refilling
Conditional
I would refill
you would refill
he/she/it would refill
we would refill
you would refill
they would refill
Past Conditional
I would have refilled
you would have refilled
he/she/it would have refilled
we would have refilled
you would have refilled
they would have refilled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.refill - a prescription drug that is provided againrefill - a prescription drug that is provided again; "he got a refill of his prescription"; "the prescription specified only one refill"
ethical drug, prescription drug, prescription medicine, prescription - a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist; "he told the doctor that he had been taking his prescription regularly"
2.refill - a commercial product that refills a container with its appropriate contents; "he got a refill for his ball-point pen"; "he got a refill for his notebook"
merchandise, product, ware - commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
Verb1.refill - 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"

refill

verb
1. top up, refresh, replenish, restock I refilled our wine glasses.
noun
1. top-up Max held out his cup for a refill.
Translations
عُبْوَهيُعْيدُ مِلْءيَملأ ثانيَةً
dolítnáplňvložkaznovu naplnit
fylde igenfylde op igenpatronrefill
täyttää uudelleen
ponovno napuniti
betétújra töltutántöltés
fylla afturfylling
補充する
다시 채우다
vėl pripildytivėl prisipildyti
piepildīt no jaunaserdenis
znova naplniť
fylla på
เติมให้เต็ม
làm cho đầy lại

refill

[ˈriːfɪl]
A. Nrecambio m; (for pencil) → mina f
would you like a refill?¿te pongo más vino ?, ¿otro vaso?
B. [ˌriːˈfɪl] VT [+ lighter, pen] → recargar; [+ glass] → volver a llenar

refill

[ˌriːˈfɪl]
vt
[+ glass, cup, bucket, bottle] → remplir à nouveau
He refilled my glass → Il a rempli mon verre à nouveau.
[+ pen, lighter] → recharger
[ˈriːfɪl] n
(for pen, product)recharge f
(= another drink)
I handed her my cup for a refill → Je lui ai tendu ma tasse pour qu'elle la remplisse à nouveau.
I wouldn't say no to a refill → Je prendrais bien un autre verre.
He indicated to the barman that he wanted a refill → Il fit signe au serveur qu'il voulait reprendre la même chose.

refill

n (for fountain pen, lighter) → Nachfüllpatrone f; (for ballpoint pen) → Nachfüll- or Ersatzmine f; (for lipstick) → Nachfüllstift m; (for propelling pencil) → Ersatzmine f; (for notebook) → Nachfüllblätter pl; would you like a refill? (inf: = drink) → darf ich nachschenken?; he wants another refiller will noch einmal nachgeschenkt haben

refill

[n ˈriːˌfɪl; vb ˌriːˈfɪl] n
1. n (for pen) → ricambio
2. vt (gen) → riempire (di nuovo); (pen, lighter) → ricaricare

refill

(ˈriːfil) noun
the amount (usually in a container) of some material needed to fill up some object which becomes empty through use. I must go and buy some refills for my pen.
(riːˈfil) verb
to fill up again. He refilled his pipe.

refill

يُعْيدُ مِلْء dolít fylde op igen nachfüllen αναπληρώνω rellenar täyttää uudelleen remplir à nouveau ponovno napuniti ricaricare 補充する 다시 채우다 bijvullen etterfylle napełnić reencher пополнять fylla på เติมให้เต็ม yeniden doldurmak làm cho đầy lại 补充

refill

n. repuesto; repetición; relleno; repetición de una receta;
v. reponer; repetir; rellenar.

refill

n (of a medication) nuevo surtido, surtido adicional (autorizado previamente en la receta médica), relleno (Ang), refill m (Ang); autorización f para surtidos adicionales (en el futuro); Why didn’t you get a refill?..¿Por qué no obtuvo un nuevo surtido (autorizado previamente en la receta médica)?it says here on the bottle you have three refills left..Dice aquí en el frasco que le quedan tres surtidos…I’m giving you five refills so you won’t have to see me for a while..Le estoy dando autorización para cinco surtidos adicionales para que no necesite visitarme por un rato…We don’t give early refills of narcotics..No surtimos de nuevo los narcóticos antes de la fecha acordada; vt (patient as subject) obte ner un nuevo surtido (de un medicamento en la farmacia, de acuerdo con una receta hecha previamente), conseguir un relleno or refill; (pharmacist as subject) surtir(le) de nuevo (un medicamento de acuerdo con una receta hecha previamente), rellenar (Ang), refill (Ang); (physician as subject) recetar de nuevo, dar(le) una nueva receta para, rellenar (Ang), refill (Ang) (V. también renew); You need to refill your medications before they run out..Tiene que obtener nuevos surtidos de sus medicamentos antes de que se le acaben…The pharmacist can refill your digoxin without your having to see me..El farmacéutico puede surtirle de nuevo su digoxina sin que me tenga que visitar…Dr. Lee can refill your glipizide..El doctor Lee puede recetarle de nuevo su glipizida; [Note: The practice of authorizing future refills of medication is uncommon in countries where Spanish is spoken and often requires considerable explanation. Eventually the terms refill, relleno, and rellenar will likely be used commonly by Spanish-speaking persons living in the US.]
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The basin was refilled, and this time he stood over it a little while, gathering resolution; took in a big breath and began.
Ere I permitted myself to request an explanation, I tied the string of Adele's pinafore, which happened to be loose: having helped her also to another bun and refilled her mug with milk, I said, nonchalantly -
They crowded to the grates and shed tears there; but, twenty places in the projected entertainments had to be refilled, and the time was, at best, short to the lock-up hour, when the common rooms and corridors would be delivered over to the great dogs who kept watch there through the night.
As the little man put his now empty glass to his lips, when he made this reflection, I proposed to him to have it refilled, and I would keep him company with another.
While the song was at its height, Little John reappeared, with other servants, and refilled the cups.
Cups were refilled and lanterns trimmed again, And so the festival went on.
Poyser had so many opportunities of expressing herself with weight on these subjects that by the time supper was ended, the ale-jug refilled, and Mr.
He tossed the greasy liquid to the ground and from the well, near the large, home-built barn, refilled the make-shift basin.
This duty done, we refilled our glasses, lit our pipes, and resumed the discussion upon our state of health.
For at production of the vial all gaiety suddenly departs from Porthos and he looks the other way, but if I say I have forgotten to have the vial refilled he skips joyfully, yet thinks he still has a right to a chocolate, and when I remarked disparagingly on this to David he looked so shy that there was revealed to me a picture of a certain lady treating him for youthful maladies.
Then he refilled the hole and pressed the dirt carefully down as it had been before.
As they crossed the garden, Smith-Oldwick refilled the magazine of his pistol and inserted a cartridge in the chamber.