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full-length

adjective uk   us   /ˌfʊlˈleŋθ/

full-length adjective (REACHING FLOOR)

A full-length mirror, curtain, or piece of clothing reaches the floor: Victoria wore a full-length evening gown to the ball.

full-length adjective (USUAL LENGTH)

of the usual length and not made shorter: a full-length feature film

full-length

adverb uk   us   /ˌfʊlˈleŋθ/
used to describe the way a person moves or lies so that their whole body is flat on the floor: He was lying full-length on the grass.
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