fill in (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb fill in (1).

Meaning: If you fill in a form, you complete it by writing in the spaces provided.

Synonym: fill out, complete (formal)

For example:

  • fill sth in Take this form and fill it in with your details.

  • fill in sth If you want to get a visa, you'll have to fill in a couple of forms and then they'll give you an interview.

Nouns often used as objects with fill in (1): form, spaces, details, missing word, name, address

Note: Both "fill in" and "fill out" can have this meaning, and both are correct.

Quick Quiz:

If you want to get the job, you'll have to fill in the

a. job advertisement

b. job interview

c. application form

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