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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
fillingfill‧ing1 /ˈfɪlɪŋ/ adjective  DFFULLfood that is filling makes your stomach feel full Pasta and rice are both very filling.
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fillingI'll only give you a small amount of rice because it's quite filling.Of course I like your chocolate cake, but it's so filling I couldn't possibly eat another piece.Fold together all the filling ingredients, taking care not to break up the marshmallows and banana slices.A casserole makes a basic but filling meal.The application features a superstore, petrol filling station, car park and residential development.For a moment he'd been near to panic as he realized that the pumps were rusty, the filling station obviously disused.He is also charged with driving away from a filling station without paying for petrol.
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fillingfilling2 noun  1 [countable]MH a small amount of metal or other substance that is put into your tooth to cover a hole gold fillings2 apple_pie.jpg [countable, uncountable]DF the food that you put inside a pie, sandwich etc cherry filling3 [countable, uncountable] the soft material inside a cushion, pillow etc
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fillingI like it with a filling of apricot and orange, but you can experiment with other fruit fillings.Whole families crowded into gas chambers, their clothing, gold fillings, and eyeglasses more valued than their lives.Because it's a loose filling there can be problems with it shifting in a poorly designed bag.Cold, cooked jacket potato plus a tub of salad, sandwich filling, or dip.Roll the tortilla around the filling.
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