UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈfɪlɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈfɪlɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(filing)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. [sandwich, bagel, baguette] filling
  2. [cheese and onion, coronation chicken, beef and horseradish] filling
  3. a [chocolate, peanut butter, jelly] filling
  4. [turkey, meat, pork, chicken] filling
  5. [a large, a wide, an extensive] range of fillings
  6. choose from [an array, a selection, a range] of fillings
  7. [stuffed, crammed, packed] with filling
  8. a [synthetic, feather, cotton] filling
  9. a duvet with [synthetic] filling
  10. has a tooth with a gold filling
  11. need to get a new filling
  12. need to get a filling repaired
  13. going to the dentist for a filling
  14. need a filling in a [front, back] tooth
  15. one of my teeth needs a filling
  16. luckily, I've never had any fillings
  17. the filling of [buckets, wells, oil tankers]
  18. the filling-in of [forms, questionnaires, surveys]
  1. a filling [meal, breakfast, lunch, dinner]
  2. a deliciously filling [meal]
  3. [very, extremely, quite] filling
  4. filling and [healthy, fatty, tasty]
n as adj
  1. at a filling station
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. fill [your glass, the pitcher] (with)
  2. fill with [water, wine]
  3. fill up the [car, glass]
  4. fill out the [form, paperwork]
  5. [please, simply] fill it out
  6. fill in [this form, your name, the blank]
  7. filled the form [in, out]
  8. fill [an order, a prescription]
  9. filled [his suitcase, the tank, her lungs]
  10. fill [the hole, the gap, a void]
  11. something to fill the [hole]
  12. fill the [position, vacancy]
  13. filled to [capacity, bursting]
  14. the [stadium, auditorium] filled with people
  15. [people, protesters] filled the streets
  16. [sunlight, guests] filled the room
  17. filled with [reporters, journalists, people]
  18. fill me in on (developments)
  19. (is) filling in for a [teacher, coworker, actor, speaker]
  20. fills me with joy
  21. fill up on [pasta, bread, vegetables]
  22. [he, her figure] has filled out
  1. have had my fill of [school, the beach, this job]
  2. had my fill of [school] for the [day, week]
  3. has had more than her fill of (problems)
  4. have eaten my fill (of)
  5. a [cellulose, polystyrene, feather, road] fill
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