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  1. Nijeana
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    Fill vs Fill in

    Hello

    Are fill and fill in interchangeable? I know that I have to fill in the form, or fill my heart with love. But is there any significant difference that we should know?

    Cheers!

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    Re: Fill vs Fill in

    They are used differently. (But you seem to have already noticed that.)

    Oddly, to fill in a form and to fill out a form mean the same thing.

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