English Phrasal Verb FILL IN
This English phrasal verb FILL IN is used almost every day. This is one of the 2 different meanings for this phrasal verb and it means to complete a blank form with your information. We will now learn how to use this in context with some helpful examples that we have created for you.
Phrasal Verb: Fill In
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Fill In #1
Alternative Meaning: To complete a blank form with information
- When I went to the dentist for the first time I had to fill in a new patient form.
- When I went to the dentist for the first time I had to complete a new patient form.
- Make sure you fill in all the necessary forms when you move to another country.
- Make sure you complete all the necessary forms when you move to a new country.
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