Traducción de fill-in en español:

fill-in

suplente, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfɪlɪn/

Ver definición en español de suplente

nombre

coloquial
  • 1

    (substitute)
    suplente masculino, femenino
    • CIS hockey or football would be a perfect TV fill-in during the lockout.
    • Bob Costas, our fill-in host, will host all next week.
    • What Margolis has said here is meaningless, a mere fill-in.
    • Seven years later, Cardinal Law reassigned Forry to a job as a roaming, fill-in priest to cover for priests on holiday.
    • The C-store market opens up new opportunities for grab-and-go dairy items, while continuing to serve as a fill-in grocery.
    • Then, in 1953, when a Stratford jazz band was looking for a fill-in piano player, Taylor put his hand up.
    • Our regular priest was on vacation and the fill-in had the voice of droning bees.
    • Later, Burke recommended my name to Time-Life as a fill-in and eventually, I began doing assignments for Life on a regular basis.
    • Mr Hartley has since found fill-in work elsewhere but said he feared his marital status could be a problem in the future.
  • 2

    (report) informe masculino EEUU
    (summary) resumen masculino
    I've had only a brief fill-in solo me lo han explicado en líneas generales