Fill In

How to Conjugate Fill In

  • Infinitive: Fill In
  • Present Tense: Fill In/ Fills in
  • -ing Form: Filling In
  • Past Tense: Filled In
  • Past Participle: Filled In
Fill In is a separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Fill In:

1. To add personal information in the blank spaces of an official document.

Examples: Don’t you just love the tests that you only have to fill in the blanks with the correct answer?
Make sure to fill in all the details correctly, otherwise, the application will not be processed.

2. To temporarily do someone else’s job while they’re not around. [Noun] {Fill-in}-Refers to a person who temporarily does someone else’s job.

Examples: Professor Daughtry will be filling in for our math teacher today.
My colleague had an emergency, so I had to fill in for her.

3. To tell someone details about something.

Examples: You have to fill me in on your date with Ray. How’d it go?
They never fill me in on any of the news around here.

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