fill in (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb fill in (2).

Meaning: If you fill somebody in, you give them the details about something.

For example:

  • fill sb in I had to fill Barrack in on the details because he hadn't had time to read the report.

  • fill sb in I'm not sure what happened yet, but as soon as I find out I'll call and fill you in.

Quick Quiz:

You fill someone in if they

a. ask for information

b. ask for money

c. ask for help

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