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fullnessnoun [U]

(also fulness) uk   us   /ˈfʊl.nəs/

fullness noun [U] (CONTAINING A LOT)

the fact that something is full

fullness noun [U] (COMPLETE)

the quality of being complete or containing a lot of detail: The fullness of the research report (= how much detail it contains) has been widely praised. I envy him the fullness of his life (= how busy and interesting his life is).

fullness noun [U] (FOOD)

having eaten a lot: I've always disliked that feeling of fullness after a large meal.

fullness noun [U] (STRONG QUALITY)

the quality of having a strong flavour, sound, smell, etc.: I like this cheese for the fullness of its flavour.

fullness noun [U] (LARGE)

the quality of being large or loose
Translations of “fullness”
in Chinese (Traditional) 充滿, 滿…
in Chinese (Simplified) 充满, 满…
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