refill

[n] - a prescription drug that is provided again 2. [n] - a commercial product that refills a container with its appropriate contents
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Refill

• (v. t. & i.) To fill, or become full, again.
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refill

noun a commercial product that refills a container with its appropriate contents; `he got a refill for his ball-point pen`; `he got a refill for his notebook`
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Refill

Re·fill' transitive verb & i. To fill, or become full, again.
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Refill

Refill is British slang for a convict serving a life sentence.
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refill

See below Beifüllen,
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Refill

Typically the term refers to casks. A first fill cask is one that has been used by another industry, sherry for example, though it has not yet been used to mature whisk(e)y. A refill cask is one that has already been used to mature whisk(e)y. First fill casks impart a much stronger flavour upon maturing spirit, for they still have a portion of the ...
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