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Top Up

1. Informal, to refill, especially when the thing being refilled is not completely empty. The term is chiefly British.

2. See: Top Up Investing.
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Liberal Democrat spokesman Norman Lamb said: "It is unacceptable to deny people the right to top up their care, particularly where they are following their doctor's advice.
Vodafone claims it has reduced rates as part of a major cost-cutting initiative and that the impact will be mitigated by new top up services that will be introduced later in the year.
Members of the Halifax also need to top up qualifying accounts by Monday, February 24.
Many shoppers top up Pay as You Go cards using PayPoint or Payzone terminals and T-Mobile's plans would hit all those transactions.
MOBILE users can now top up their phones at cash machines - the first of many transformations in store for ATMs.
Following an agreement formed between mobile operator Orange and the Abbey National bank, mobile users will soon be able to top up from ATMs.
People can pre-register now and from 12 October 2015 until 5 April 2017 they will be able to make a contribution for a State Pension top up, allowing them to increase the value of their State Pension.