We sometimes add the preposition “up” to some verbs and it gives the meaning of, “do that completely.” The phrasal verb fill up means, “fill completely.”
- I asked the barista to fill up my coffee cup.
- I filled up the bath, so I’m ready to relax.
- I filled up my schedule with work this week.
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