Fill an empty

Chinese translation: 喷涌而出

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English term or phrase:Fill an empty
Chinese translation:喷涌而出
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09:40 Dec 15, 2010
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Bus/Financial - Tourism & Travel
English term or phrase: Fill an empty
After laying dormant for 17 years, The Soda Fountain suddenly refilled and burst into life in 1984. Since then it has been unpredictable and can fill an empty at any time.


(Talking about geothermal activity)
albertdeng
New Zealand
Local time: 01:26
喷涌而出
Explanation:
To fill an empty means that the fountain may pump water into the air (which is empty,) at any time as it is unpredictable.
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Carlis Hsu
United States
Local time: 09:26
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喷涌而出


Explanation:
To fill an empty means that the fountain may pump water into the air (which is empty,) at any time as it is unpredictable.

Carlis Hsu
United States
Local time: 09:26
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