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top-up in Drink topic

top-upˈtop-up noun [countable] British English  1 DFDPOURan amount of liquid that you add to a glass, cup etc in order to make it full again Would you like a top-up?2 an extra payment that brings an amount to the desired level top-up loans for students
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top-upAutomatic top-up with a ballcock will allow all water in a new pool to pass first through the Eradicator.Because of its size it is able to keep companies on its books for 20 years or more, providing top-ups when necessary.The awards will take the form of a salary top-up for a maximum period of five years.Factoring finance sometimes provides the top-up needed to make a buyout possible.They see sponsorship as a useful top-up.