Meaning of FULL in English
adj. 1 filled, replete, brimming, brim-full, packed, jam-packed, congested, loaded, bursting, chock-a-block, chock-full or choke-full or chuck-full, jammed, crammed, solid, well supplied, crowded, stuffed; gorged, saturated, sated, satiated The tank is full of petrol Her Christmas stocking was full of toys. I'm full; I couldn't manage another bite. 2 complete, thorough, detailed, comprehensive, total, all-inclusive, broad, extensive, all-encompassing, exhaustive, plenary The police are demanding a full investigation 3 complete, entire, whole The recipe calls for a full dozen egg yolks 4 utmost, greatest, maximum, highest, top; extreme Full speed ahead 5 wide, ample, generous, broad, copious, loose(-fitting) The tight bolero jacket is offset by a full skirt 6 occupied, engrossed, absorbed, immersed, preoccupied, obsessed, consumed, engaged, concerned She's entirely too full of herself to pay any attention to us 7 filled or rounded out, round(ish), well-rounded, plump; robust, shapely, well-shaped, curvaceous, buxom, busty, voluptuous, full-bodied, well-proportioned, well-built , Slang stacked, Brit well-stacked, US zaftig, built His face is rather full, so wrinkles don't show Her figure is what I'd call full. 8 unrestricted, non-restricted, unconditional, unqualified Payment of dues entitles you to full membership privileges 9 sentimental, emotional, overflowing His heart was so full he could say no more 10 unobscured, unshaded, undimmed, open, broad, bright, shining, brilliant, dazzling, glaring, intense, blazing, blinding; harsh, vivid, revealing We emerged into full daylight In the full light of day, the plan seems unworkable. 11 powerful, resonant, rich, deep, loud His full bass voice was unmistakable 12 complete, whole, entire; comprehensive, uncut, unabridged, intact, unshortened, unbowdlerized, uncensored We were to receive full pay for a half day's work Is this a full deck of cards? I have a full set of the original engravings.
adv. 13 fully, completely, entirely, wholly, thoroughly, altogether That is not a full-grown horse 14 squarely, directly, right, precisely, exactly, bang, Colloq slap, smack The ball hit him full in the eye 15 very, perfectly, exceedingly, quite, Slang damned You know full well why I am here
n. 16 maximum, greatest degree, fullest The moon is at its full tonight 17 in full. completely, fully, entirely, wholly, thoroughly, in its entirety, totally, in toto Copy this report in full 18 to the full or fullest. completely, fully, quite, thoroughly, to the utmost, to the greatest or fullest extent; a great deal, greatly, hugely, enormously We enjoyed our visit to the full
Oxford thesaurus English vocab. Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус. 2012