Fill up or Fill out? What's The Difference?

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It is understandable that some people are confused with these two phrasal verbs. Well, they are absolutely not the same.

To fill something up means to make a container full, say, a jar. When we fill up a jar with water, it means we put water into it until the water reaches the rim of the jar.

To fill out means to provide the necessary or required information. Watch the video below for more examples.

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Japanese Translation by: Google Translate







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