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English definition of “full”

full

adjective (CONTAINING A LOT)   /fʊl/
having or containing a lot: The glass is full, so be careful not to spill it. This sweater is full of holes. You’re always so full of energy. Don’t talk with your mouth full (= with food in your mouth)! I have a full schedule (= a lot of activities planned) next week.
(Definition of full adjective (CONTAINING A LOT) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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