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Fill

An executed order. Also, the price at which an order is executed.
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Fill

To conduct a trade such that it satisfies a client's order. That is, a broker fills an order when he/she makes the requested trade. The price at which an order is filled is called a fill price.
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fill

To complete a customer's order to buy or sell a security. See also partial execution.
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