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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'"Fill again!" said I, handing him the bottle - "and let us drink to your renunciation."
There was a warning too: "The bottom of the gulf is soft mud, nearly liquid, so that dredging would hardly be successful as the mud would fill again as soon as the dredger has passed.
If we get a downpour in August and the pools fill again it could be ideal for the natterjacks as predators such as diving beetles and sticklebacks will have perished when the pools dried.
The next appointment is on Saturday 14, when the streets of Belgium will fill again with people dressed in black, yellow and red, hurrying home after work, muttering eagerly in hope that the team can finish in third place.
She was so dumbfounded and the satisfaction so deep she could not even manage to say, "rewind and let me have my 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.
Newcastle United fans have a week to wait before they can get their Premier League fill again as the squad head back to training this week after the international break.
As businesses pull out or stall on deals in the area, a vacuum has been left that may be slow to fill again. Ebola, many have pointed out, also plays into a persistent image of Africa as a continent of crisis, and could have implications for future investment.
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.