Meaning of FULLY in English

Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English.


Fully means to the greatest degree or extent possible.

She was ~ aware of my thoughts...

I don’t ~ agree with that.

= completely

ADV: ADV adj, ADV with v


You use ~ to say that a process is completely finished.

He had still not ~ recovered.

ADV: ADV with v


If you describe, answer, or deal with something ~, you leave out nothing that should be mentioned or dealt with.

Major elements of these debates are discussed more ~ later in this book.

ADV: ADV with v


Fully is used to emphasize how great an amount is. (WRITTEN)

Fully 30% of the poor could not even afford access to illegal shanties.

ADV: ADV amount emphasis

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