make full

Definitions of make full
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v make full, also in a metaphorical sense

Synonyms:
fill, fill up
Antonyms:
empty
make void or empty of contents
Types:
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clutter, clutter up
fill a space in a disorderly way
clog, overload
fill to excess so that function is impaired
brim
fill as much as possible
farce, stuff
fill with a stuffing while cooking
stuff
fill tightly with a material
bolster, pad
add padding to
populate
fill with inhabitants
top off
fill to the point of almost overflowing
heap
fill to overflow
overfill
fill beyond capacity
ink
fill with ink
fill again, refill, replenish
fill something that had previously been emptied
prime
fill with priming liquid
line
fill plentifully
complete
bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements
impregnate, saturate
infuse or fill completely
impregnate, infuse, instill, tincture
fill, as with a certain quality
electrify
charge (a conductor) with electricity
lube, lubricate
apply a lubricant to
surcharge
fill to an excessive degree
lade, laden, load, load up
fill or place a load on
charge, load
provide (a device) with something necessary
deluge, flood, inundate, swamp
fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid
pack
fill to capacity
medicate
impregnate with a medicinal substance
alcoholise, alcoholize
treat or infuse with alcohol
cork
stuff with cork
people
fill with people
imbue, soak
fill, soak, or imbue totally
ammonify
treat with ammonia; cause to undergo ammonification
thoriate
impregnate with thorium oxide to increase thermionic emission
stuff
treat with grease, fill, and prepare for mounting
charge
saturate
drench, imbrue
permeate or impregnate
red-ink
mark with red ink
load down, pack
load with a pack
bomb up
load an aircraft with bombs
overcharge, overload, surcharge
place too much a load on
recharge, reload
load anew
reload
place a new load on
stack
load or cover with stacks
Type of:
alter, change, modify
cause to change; make different; cause a transformation

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