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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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"The fact millions of euro was used to top up senior management is sickening and hugely damaging to all those who work so hard to raise funds to provide vital services for people with disabilities."
Dave Cording, Crimestoppers' Director of Operations said: "If anyone knows someone selling illegal electricity top ups, please contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or Crimestoppers-uk.org.
THE Government was announcing plans today to allow patients to "top up" their NHS care with private treatments.
A monthly top up of GBP5.00 per month will entitle customers to unlimited texts weekday evenings, while GBP10 will entitle users to unlimited weekend and evening texts.
Top up your Woolwich account now to get your maximum share hand- out.
Nationwide BS reckons the amount saved in a cash CTF will vary from around pounds 1,000 for those who merely invest Government vouchers to around pounds 9,000 when parents add pounds 5 a week - and possibly pounds 40,000 when the maximum permitted "top up" of pounds 1,200 is added each year.