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Fill

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

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.

fill

To complete a customer's order to buy or sell a security. See also partial execution.
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gt; 3 : to take another's place <Can you fill in while I'm away?
Since Excel was originally targeted toward accountants, there are three different ways to fill a series of quarters.
The technology closely mirrors semiconductor channel fill where copper is plated in a bottom up fashion to fill sub-micron channels on silicon.
They are often asked to fill the head of a department or fill a vacant presidency for a trade association.
2 passes up to the point, basket-cuts, and fills the open corner.
The Innofill NV-H is a computer-controlled filling system that is predestined for companies who only want to hot or cold fill non-carbonated soft drinks into plastic bottles.
Computer casting simulations can be used to develop gating designs as well as predict fill times and gating-related casting defects.
Although there have been no catastrophic heating events in projects up to about four meters of tire shred fill, we recommend keeping tire shred fills three meters thick or less until the causes of the reaction are fully understood," Humphrey said.
Participants saw the new square pop into view, fade and fill in within a few seconds.
The company's first product to market is EMscribe VFx, a form filling solution that automatically fills out medical forms over the telephone.
Innofill fills bottles according to the principle of the volumetric, electromagnetic induction flowmetering filling method.
David Herron, consultant at Heron Casting Services, Chicago, was awarded a patent for the invention of a high integrity mold filling process and pressurized solidification technique to high production molds, The process, which is applicable to non ferrous and ferrous casting, bottom fills vertically parted green sand molds and avoids turbulence of excessive filling rates by filling over two or more cycles of the molding machine.