"Fill" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 mǎn to fill / full / filled / packed / fully / completely / quite / to reach the limit / to satisfy / satisfied / contented
 bǔ zú to bring up to full strength / to make up a deficiency / to fill (a vacancy, gap etc)
 chōng tián to fill (gap, hole, area, blank) / to pad out / to complement / (dental) filling / filled
 zhàn mǎn to fill / to occupy completely
 tiān bu to fill (up) / to replenish
 chōng to fill / to satisfy / to fulfill / to act in place of / substitute / sufficient / full
 bǔ to repair / to patch / to mend / to make up for / to fill (a vacancy) / to supplement
 bó to fill / to extend
 zhuāng dài to bag / to fill (a bag) / bagging
 bǔ mǎn to make up for what is lacking / to fill (a vacancy) / to replenish
 tián xiě to fill in a form / to write data in a box (on a questionnaire or web form)
 màn tiān lit. to fill the whole sky / everywhere / as far as the eye can see
 tián bǔ to fill a gap / to fill in a blank (on a form) / to overcome a deficiency
 zhuāng mǎn to fill up
 chī bǎo to eat one's fill
 tián kòng to fill a job vacancy / to fill in a blank (e.g. on questionnaire or exam paper)
 zhēn zhuó to consider / to deliberate / to fill up a cup to the brim
 shòu jìn to suffer enough from / to suffer all kinds of / to have one's fill of
 hòu bǔ to wait to fill a vacancy / reserve (candidate) / alternate / substitute
 tián biǎo fill a form
 jiā mǎn to top up / to fill to the brim
 jiā xīn to fill with stuffing (e.g. in cooking) / stuffed
 bǔ quē to fill a vacancy / to make up for a shortage / to supply a deficiency
 tòng yǐn to drink one's fill
 yuàn shēng zài dào lit. cries of complaint fill the roads (idiom) / complaints rise all around / discontent is openly voiced
 chōng sè congestion / to block / to congest / to crowd / to choke / to cram / to fill up / to stuff / to take up all the space
 jiāo dǐ to fill sb in (on the details of sth) / to put all one's cards on the table
 chōng shù to make up the number (i.e. to fill places up to a given number) / to serve as stopgap
 dì bǔ to substitute / to complement in the proper order / to fill vacancies progressively
 chōng rèn to fill a post / to act as
 yíng mén lit. fill the door / fill the house (at a wedding or auspicious occasion)
 tián sè to fill up / to cram / to stuff
 guǒ fù to eat one's fill
鸿 āi hóng biàn yě lit. plaintive whine of geese (idiom) / fig. land swarming with disaster victims / starving people fill the land
 bǔ yá to fill a tooth (cavity) / to have a tooth filled / a dental filling
 zuì è tāo tiān evil crimes fill heaven (idiom)
 hàn niú chōng dòng lit. enough books to make a pack-ox sweat or to fill a house to the rafters (idiom) / fig. many books
 Jīng wèi tián hǎi lit. mythical bird Jingwei tries to fill the ocean with stones (idiom) / futile ambition / task of Sisyphus / determination in the face of impossible odds
 dà bǎo kǒu fú to eat one's fill / to have a good meal
 bǔ bái to fill a gap (e.g. a gap in knowledge or blank space in a print layout) / to make some additional remarks / filler (in a newspaper or magazine)
 zài to carry / to convey / to load / to hold / to fill up / and / also / as well as / simultaneously
 tián to fill or stuff / (of a form etc) to fill in
 chēng to support / to prop up / to push or move with a pole / to maintain / to open or unfurl / to fill to bursting point / brace / stay / support
 diàn pad / cushion / mat / to pad out / to fill a gap / to pay for sb / to advance (money)
 tián fill up / rumbling sound
 hèn hǎi nán tián sea of hatred is hard to fill (idiom) / irreconcilable division
 bēi shēng zài dào lamentations fill the roads (idiom) / severe suffering all around
 màn tiān biàn dì lit. to fill the whole sky and cover the land / everywhere / as far as the eye can see
 màn tiān biàn yě lit. to fill the whole sky and cover the land / everywhere / as far as the eye can see
 fēi gōng zǒu jiǎ to drink one's fill (idiom)
饿 è piǎo zài dào starved corpses fill the roads (idiom) / state of famine
饿 è piǎo zài dào starved corpses fill the roads (idiom) / state of famine
 jīn yù mǎn táng lit. gold and jade fill the hall (idiom) / fig. abundant wealth / abundance of knowledge
 tì bān to act as substitute / to fill in for sb
 hān yǐn to drink one's fill
 bǔ miáo to fill gaps with seedlings
 niè to fill up or cover up a hole
 rèn fill up / to stuff
 tián fill in
 dài tián to fill in a form for sb else
 shòu gòu to have had enough of / to be fed up with / to have had one's fill of
 yuàn tiān zài dào lit. cries of complaint fill the roads (idiom) / complaints rise all around / discontent is openly voiced
 mǎn mù lín láng lit. to fill one's eyes with glittering jewels / a literary masterpiece or sb of extraordinary talent (idiom)
 yíng xiāng lěi qiè to fill boxes and baskets to the brim (with treasures)
 zài dào to fill the road (also fig. clamor, cries of complaint) / to communicate a moral / to convey the Way / to express (idea, preference, complaint)
 zhuó mǎn to fill up (a wine glass) to the brim
 bǎo cān yī dùn to eat one's fill / to be full
 zhuāng yào agent fill
  fill volume (per item)
 màn tiān fēi wǔ (of snow etc) to fill the sky
 dǐng bǔ to fill a vacancy / to substitute for
 bǎo cān zhàn fàn to fill one's belly before the battle (idiom)
 diàn dàng to fill a blank space / to fill a slot (in a newspaper column, a TV program etc)
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