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English definition of “full”

full

adjective (FOOD)    /fʊl/
B2 (also full up) having eaten so much food that you cannot eat any more: No more cake for me, thanks, I'm full.Full on a full stomach (also full up) having recently eaten: Never go swimming on a full stomach.Full
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