How to Conjugate Fill Up
- Infinitive: Fill Up
- Present Tense: Fill Up/ Fills Up
- -ing Form: Filling Up
- Past Tense: Filled Up
- Past Participle: Filled Up
Definitions of Fill Up:
1. To fill something completely.
Examples: Fill the pitcher up with water, and then add some lemons and sugar to make lemonade.
Let’s fill the tank up with gas before we go on the road trip.
2. To consume too much food or drink.
Examples: Your stomach hurts because you filled up on too much soda and candy.
We used to fill up on pasta before a basketball game, and then we’d have more energy to burn on the court.
3. To fill an area or place with people.
Examples: The arena was filled up with so many people for the New Kids on the Block reunion concert that it was insane!
The beach resorts fill up during the summer.
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