JEWISH people like to fill up on Eastern European traditional dishes like blintzes and knish.
I decapitated the cow and found that its belly was full of human legs! What do you have to say about that, PETA? Yeah, I thought so.
a somewhat formal way to say, "full, satisfactory, plentiful"
charge a battery
charge a battery (no stars, but it demonstrates the 'fill up' meaning)
to suppliment, (a shortfall or deficit) or replenish (fluids, vitamins to replenish strength, restock the store-room) - it's like 補う, but the nuance is that you are restocking a supply of something which has dwindled.
|去||past tense||ム IS UNDER 土|
|至||until||ム IS ABOVE 土|
In the past, moocows lived UNDER the earth,
until they finally migrated ABOVEground.
The tunnels were filled up with the LEGS of the migrating cows.
補う 補強 補充する 補遺