Meaning of REFILL in English

REFILL

The verb is pronounced /ri:fɪl/. The noun is pronounced /ri:fɪl/.

( refilled)

1.

If you refill something, you fill it again after it has been emptied.

I refilled our wine glasses.

VERB : V n

Refill is also a noun. ( INFORMAL )

Max held out his cup for a refill.

N-COUNT

2.

A refill of a particular product, such as soap powder, is a quantity of that product sold in a cheaper container than the one it is usually sold in. You use a refill to fill the more permanent container when it is empty.

Refill packs are cheaper and lighter.

N-COUNT

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