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Traducciones detalladas de filling de inglés a español

filling:

filling [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the filling (stuffing; padding; refill; stopping; inflation)
    el empaste; el relleno; la obturación
  2. the filling (padding; stuffing)
    el empaquetadura; el empaste
  3. the filling
    el empaste
  4. the filling
    el relleno

filling adj.

  1. filling (heavy; rich)
    pesado
  2. filling

Translation Matrix for filling:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
empaquetadura filling; padding; stuffing annex; appendix; enclosure; inset; supplement
empaste filling; inflation; padding; refill; stopping; stuffing annex; appendix; enclosure; inset; supplement
obturación filling; inflation; padding; refill; stopping; stuffing
pesado asshole; bore; creep; duffer; handful; mope; moper; nasty piece of work; nuisance; pain in the ass; pain in the neck; pest; rotter; scoundrel; troublemaker; wet; wet blanket; wretch; wretched fellow
relleno filling; inflation; padding; refill; stopping; stuffing completing; fill; filling in; fulfillment; fulfilment; leader; leader line; padding; realisation; realization; replenishment
- fill; pick; weft; woof
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- filling material
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
pesado filling; heavy; rich aggravating; annoying; boring; burdensome; chubby; complaining; corny; dawdling; deadly dull; drab; dragging; dreadful; dreary; driven; drooping; dull; energetic; exasperating; formidable; heavy; inactive; incriminating; indolent; inert; irritating; lamenting; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; mighty; obese; oppressing; oppressive; passive; plaintive; plump; powerful; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; squat; stout; tardy; tiresome; tough; tremendous; tricky; wailing; woeful; wretched
que llena filling
relleno filled up; fully paid; paid up

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Definiciones relacionadas de "filling":

  1. the act of filling something1
  2. (dentistry) a dental appliance consisting of any of various substances (as metal or plastic) inserted into a prepared cavity in a tooth1
    • when he yawned I could see the gold fillings in his teeth1
    • an informal British term for `filling' is `stopping'1
  3. the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving1
  4. a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches etc.1
  5. flow into something (as a container)1
  6. any material that fills a space or container1

Wiktionary: filling


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
filling ensaque ensachage — Mise en sachet ou en sac
filling carga gonflage — Action de remplir une bouteille de plongée

fill:

Conjugaciones de fill:

present
  1. fill
  2. fill
  3. fills
  4. fill
  5. fill
  6. fill
simple past
  1. filled
  2. filled
  3. filled
  4. filled
  5. filled
  6. filled
present perfect
  1. have filled
  2. have filled
  3. has filled
  4. have filled
  5. have filled
  6. have filled
past continuous
  1. was filling
  2. were filling
  3. was filling
  4. were filling
  5. were filling
  6. were filling
future
  1. shall fill
  2. will fill
  3. will fill
  4. shall fill
  5. will fill
  6. will fill
continuous present
  1. am filling
  2. are filling
  3. is filling
  4. are filling
  5. are filling
  6. are filling
subjunctive
  1. be filled
  2. be filled
  3. be filled
  4. be filled
  5. be filled
  6. be filled
diverse
  1. fill!
  2. let's fill!
  3. filled
  4. filling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

fill [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the fill
    – In computer graphics, the colored or patterned "paint" inside an enclosed figure, such as a circle. The portion of the shape that can be colored or patterned is the fill area. Drawing programs commonly offer tools for creating filled or nonfilled shapes; the user can specify color or pattern. 2
    el relleno

Translation Matrix for fill:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
cargar charging; chartering; freighting; freightment; load; loading
colmar overwhelming
llenar filling in; filling up; paying up; payment in full; stuffing
relleno fill completing; filling; filling in; fulfillment; fulfilment; inflation; leader; leader line; padding; realisation; realization; refill; replenishment; stopping; stuffing
- filling
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
acolchar fill; fill in; inflate
atiborrar fill; pump full stuff with food
cargar fill aggravate; bill; burden; carry; carry along; charge; charge with electricity; drag; freight; heap up; invoice; lade; load; recharge; ship; upload
colmar fill; fill in; fill up; inflate; top up
empastar fill
hartarse fill; satiate; satisfy; to eat one's fill being hard on someone; deal strictly with; gormandise; gormandize; gourmandize
llenar fill; fill in; fill up; inflate; take up space; top up cram; fill up
llenar hasta el borde fill; fill in; inflate
llenar hasta los topes fill; pump full
ocupar espacio fill; take up space
rellenar fill; fill in; fill up; top up fill in; fill out; fill up; populate; raise
saciarse fill; satiate; satisfy; to eat one's fill
saturarse fill; satiate; satisfy; to eat one's fill
tomar espacio fill; take up space
- fill up; fulfil; fulfill; make full; meet; occupy; replete; sate; satiate; satisfy; take
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- accomplish; carry out; execute
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
relleno filled up; fully paid; paid up

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Definiciones relacionadas de "fill":

  1. a quantity sufficient to satisfy1
    • he ate his fill of potatoes1
    • she had heard her fill of gossip1
  2. any material that fills a space or container1
    • there was not enough fill for the trench1
  3. plug with a substance1
    • fill a cavity1
  4. become full1
    • The pool slowly filled with water1
    • The theater filled up slowly1
  5. make full, also in a metaphorical sense1
    • fill a container1
    • fill the child with pride1
  6. fill or meet a want or need1
  7. fill to satisfaction1
  8. eat until one is sated1
    • He filled up on turkey1
  9. appoint someone to (a position or a job)1
  10. assume, as of positions or roles1
  11. occupy the whole of1
    • The liquid fills the container1
  12. In computer graphics, the colored or patterned "paint" inside an enclosed figure, such as a circle. The portion of the shape that can be colored or patterned is the fill area. Drawing programs commonly offer tools for creating filled or nonfilled shapes; the user can specify color or pattern.2

Wiktionary: fill

fill
noun
  1. something used to occupy empty spaces
verb
  1. -
  2. occupy fully, take up all of

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
fill atestar; llenar vullen — vol maken
fill emplastecer plamuren — (met plamuur) steenachtige, houten of andere ondergronden (auto, gezicht) egaliseren of repareren
fill rellenar farcierenGastronomie: mit einer zuvor hergestellten Farce füllen
fill llenar füllen — einen Behälter voll machen
fill empastar plombierenveraltend, (transitiv) einen ausgebohrten kariösen Zahn mit einer Dichtungsmasse füllen
fill embozar; obturar; tapar; obstruir; bloquear boucher — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
fill colmar combler — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
fill llenar; completar compléterrendre complet.
fill desempeñar; ocupar; habitar; atender occuper — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
fill rellenar remplir — Emplir entièrement, rendre plein, combler.
fill atiborrarse se gavers’empiffrer, manger gloutonnement, avec excès.

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