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
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)
full adjective (LARGE)
a full skirt 寬鬆的裙子