Translation: from spanish

time filler

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  • filler — fill‧er [ˈfɪlə ǁ ər] noun [countable] a short newspaper article or programme on television or radio, used to take up extra space or time, and to keep people interested: • He produced a series of short fillers for television …   Financial and business terms

  • filler — ► NOUN 1) something used to fill a gap or cavity, or to increase bulk. 2) an item serving only to fill space or time …   English terms dictionary

  • Filler text — A specimen sheet of typefaces and languages, by William Caslon I, letter founder; from the 1728 Cyclopaedia. It uses as filler text Quousque tandem abutere, Catilina, patientia nostra? Filler text (also Placeholder text or Dummy text) is text… …   Wikipedia

  • filler — filler1 [ fɪlə] noun 1》 something used to fill a gap or cavity, or to increase bulk.     ↘an item serving only to fill space or time in a newspaper, broadcast, or recording.     ↘a word or sound filling a pause in an utterance or conversation… …   English new terms dictionary

  • filler — UK [ˈfɪlə(r)] / US [ˈfɪlər] noun Word forms filler : singular filler plural fillers 1) [uncountable] a substance used for repairing holes in walls and in wood 2) [countable] something that you add to a story, broadcast, article, film etc only… …   English dictionary

  • Time Cracks — infobox Television show name= Time Cracks caption = rating = TV G format = Animated sitcom runtime = 5 minutes creator = starring= country = AUS network = ABC first aired =2004 last aired = num episodes = list episodes = List of Time Cracks… …   Wikipedia

  • time copy — noun : newspaper or periodical copy usually set in type beforehand that can be used at any time * * * Journalism. written material set in type and held for future use. Cf. filler (def. 5) …   Useful english dictionary

  • time copy — Journalism. written material set in type and held for future use. Cf. filler (def. 5). * * * …   Universalium

  • filler — (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Waste material] Syn. padding, packing, calking, fill; see stuffing 1 . 2. [A replaceable portion] Syn. refill, cartridge, pad, pack, cylinder, liner, bushing, shim. 3. [In journalism, matter used to fill a column] Syn.… …   English dictionary for students

  • filler — fill|er [ fılər ] noun 1. ) count something that you add to a story, broadcast, article, movie, etc. only because you have space or time to fill 2. ) uncount a substance used for repairing holes in walls and in wood …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • filler — /ˈfɪlə/ (say filuh) noun 1. someone or something that fills. 2. a thing or quantity of a material put in to fill something, or to fill in a gap. 3. a liquid, paste, or paint like substance used to fill in pores or cracks before painting or… …   Australian English dictionary


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