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full-lengthadjective

 us   /ˈfʊlˈleŋkθ/

full-length adjective (TALL)

as tall as either a person or a room: a full-length mirror full-length windows

full-length adjective (CLOTHING)

designed to end just above your feet: full-length coats

full-length adjective (COMPLETE)

giving complete treatment, or taking the usual amount of time: a full-length biography a full-length movie
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