|fill me in
||tell me the details, tell me more
||Fill me in when I get home. I'd like to hear what happened.
||complete by writing, fill in
||Fill out the application, sign it, and mail it to the college.
|fill the bill
||do the job, fill the gap, serve the purpose
||If we need an extra cashier for the sale, Bert will fill the bill.
|fill the gap
||fill an empty space, help where there is work to do
||Pam filled the gap when I got injured. She played in my place.
||fill to the top
||You fill up the salt shaker, okay?
||(See a fill-up)
|fill your face
||eat, put a lot food in your mouth, pig out
||Imagine yourself in a chocolate factory, filling your face!
||Filthy lucre - that's what people want - cash, moola, lettuce.
||very rich, wealthy, rolling in it
||She was filthy rich after she got married. She was a millionaire.
|find a way around
||find a way not to pay, avoid a rule, get around
||If you want to find a way around a tax law, talk to Sammy.