Meaning of FULLY in English

ˈfu̇l]ē, ]i, when emphatic also ˈfu̇ll]\ adverb

Etymology: Middle English, from Old English fullīce, from Old English full + -līce -ly — more at full

1. : in a full manner : to a full degree : completely , entirely , thoroughly

2. : at least

fully half the class

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