fill-in
Noun

fill-in

  1. A temporary replacement for another, especially at a job.
  2. A substitution.
  3. (mathematics) An intermediate result that must be stored temporarily during the course of a sparse matrix computation.
  4. A question or puzzle in which one is expected to fill in a missing part of something.
  5. (music) A musical embellishment (usually percussion) that is added to connect musical phrases.
  6. Something added to fill a gap.
  7. Something added to increase the size of something; padding or filler.
  8. (marketing) A product category that is used to complete a range or variety of a product line.



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