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fill-in in Employment topic

fill-inˈfill-in noun [singular] British English informal  BEsomeone who does someone else’s job because that person is not there syn stand-in I’m here as a fill-in while Robert’s away.
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fill-inAlso, make sure that you improvise variations on the fill-ins at the end of each two bar phrase.Hahn is scheduled to announce tonight's game as a fill-in for Joe Starkey.Royston-Cambridge and Watford-St Albans fill-in schemes were also approved.