full adjective (CONTAINING A LOT)
My plate was already full. 我的碟子已經滿了。
I'm full of admiration for you. 我對你充滿敬仰。
You're always so full of energy. 你總是如此精力充沛。
She has a very full life. 她的生活豐富充實。
be full of sth
be full of your own importance disapproving
be full of yourself C2 disapproving
- Her book is full of long convoluted sentences.
- We've brought a cooler full of beer with us.
- He's got a whole drawer full of odd socks.
- The museum is full of rare and precious treasures.
- It was a rough mountain road, full of stones and huge holes.
full adjective (COMPLETE)
Today's my last full day in Paris. 今天是我在巴黎呆的最後一個整天。
in full flow
be in full swing
in full view
- The board concurred that the editor should have full control over editorial matters.
- He made a full confession to the police.
- When the newspapers published the full story, all his earlier deceits were revealed.
- The prognosis after the operation was for a full recovery.
- The minister accepted full responsibility for the disaster and resigned.
full adjective (GREATEST POSSIBLE)
- The opposition was in full cry in Parliament last night over the proposed changes to the education bill.
- When we arrived, the party was in full swing and the room was abuzz.
- You need it on full lock .
- The move from stage to films allowed Gildit to give full play to his sense of the fantastic.
- I don't feel I'm achieving my full potential in my present job.
full adjective (FOOD)
- I've only eaten one course and I'm already full.
- The children were too full to eat their pudding, and they asked to get down from the table.
full adjective (LARGE)
a full skirt 寬鬆的裙子