First Known Use of fill-in
Examples of fill in in a Sentence
my friend quickly filled me in on the portion of the movie that I had missed
she's only filling in while the regular secretary is on vacation
Recent Examples of fill in from the Web
For Trump’s club, this GOP event fills in a Saturday-night slot in what historically is its busy season.
Wilson was filling in for righty Michael Fulmer, whose second start of the spring was pushed back two days because of elbow soreness.
In the first days of Cunningham's disappearance, conspiracy theorists filled in their own blanks.
If his injury sidelines him for longer, Marwin Gonzalez could fill in at first base and the roster opening likely could go to J.D. Davis, A.J. Reed or Tyler White.
Speaking a few days before that show from his studio in Paris, Jacquemus filled in a bit more about the launch.
Phillip Chavez, chief academic officer for the district, will be filling in for Castro in the meantime.
In his absence, redshirt freshman outfielder Michael Sandle has filled in at DH, with true freshman Andrew Bates taking over full-time in right field.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who was slotted to appear after Theroux, has been bumped up to the evening’s first slot, and actor Chris Gethard is filling in as a second guest.
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First Known Use of fill in
fill in Synonyms
keep posted (one), let know (one);
FILL-IN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fill-in for English Language Learners
: someone who takes the place of another person who is away for a short time : someone who fills in for someone else
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