Not sure if this question is appropriate for this forum (English language & usage) or is better suited in the other forum (English Language learner), but below is my confusion -
The expression of "fill a prescription" in English seems to carry multiple meanings and I am seeking clarification.
(1) The doc has filled your prescription - meaning the doc wrote a prescription for me, but I still need to go to a pharmacy to get my medicine. For now, I have not been charged for the medicine.
(2) The pharmacist has filled your prescription - meaning the pharmacist provided the medicine to me. I needed to pay to the pharmacist in exchange for my medicine.
(3) On our record, you have filled the prescription - meaning on the record, I have received(?) the medication, not that my prescription has only been "filled" by the doc, per the definition of the first example.
Are these correct? Thank you.