Spanish translation: 1. llenar, informar, 2. informar a alguien, 3. ocupar el lugar de alguien
Definition: 1. To complete a form by inputting information, 2. informing someone, 3. taking someone’s place for a certain period of time.i
Used in a sentence:
I had to fill in the customs form at the embassy.
I filled my manager in on the discussion with the client.
The temp worker is going to fill in for me while I’m on maternity leave.
Related words or phrases: fill out, complete, inform, occupy