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full-scaleadjective

uk   us   /ˌfʊlˈskeɪl/

full-scale adjective (FULL SIZE)

A full-scale model is the same size as the original thing: full-scale models of dinosaurs

full-scale adjective (COMPLETE)

[before noun] complete or using all available methods, equipment, money, etc.: a full-scale investigation a full-scale attack
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