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[fee-lair, fil-air] /ˈfi lɛər, ˈfɪl ɛər/
noun, plural fillér.
an aluminum coin of Hungary, the 100th part of a forint.
Also, fil·ler.
Origin of fillér
1900-05; < Hungarian < Middle High German vierer type of coin, equivalent to vier four + -er -er1 Unabridged
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Examples from the web for fillér
  • Akin to that school cafeteria meat taste unique to meat with soy filler extender.
  • They can cause a litter problem, as in the ocean, but are the perfect material for a landfill since they are inert filler.
  • Design filler tanks so that propellant can be refueled with robot rockets to keep the thrusters fueled.
  • The notion that it's filler between the ads is outdated.
  • The meat must be cut with filler or the loaf will be dense.
  • Because less filler is used, the composite can retain the polymer's stretchability or transparency.
  • They actually might do some good as a filler in a special section of downtown.
  • But as in a substandard dog food, the meat-to-filler ratio has been awfully low.
  • Dealers often use filler ingredients to stretch a drug supply.
  • The lower the percentage, the more water is used as filler.
British Dictionary definitions for fillér


a person or thing that fills
an object or substance used to add weight or size to something or to fill in a gap
a paste, used for filling in cracks, holes, etc, in a surface before painting
(architect) a small joist inserted between and supported by two beams
  1. the inner portion of a cigar
  2. the cut tobacco for making cigarettes
(journalism) articles, photographs, etc, to fill space between more important articles in the layout of a newspaper or magazine
(informal) something, such as a musical selection, to fill time in a broadcast or stage presentation
a small radio or television transmitter used to fill a gap in coverage
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Word Origin and History for fillér



late 15c., "one who fills," agent noun from fill (v.). Meaning "something used to fill" is from 1590s. Specifically of food products by 1901.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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