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Let me fill your glass.
Tears filled her eyes.
Crowds of spectators are expected to fill the streets tonight.
The hut was filled with thick smoke.
She filled the bowl with warm water.
The sound of his voice filled me with dread.
His heart was filled with joy.
This is the British English definition of fill. View American English definition of fill.
the seed of a plant called anise, used for adding flavour to food and drink