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whole

adjective /həul/
including everything and/or everyone; complete
entero, íntegro, todo
The whole staff collected the money for her leaving present a whole pineapple.
not broken; in one piece
entero
She swallowed the biscuit whole.
wholeness noun
integridad
wholly adverb completely or altogether
completamente
I am not wholly certain yet.
wholehearted adjective sincere and enthusiastic
sincero, de todo corazón
The team manager has the owner’s wholehearted support.
wholefood noun food that does not contain artificial substances and has not been refined
integral
fruit, vegetables, grains, pulses, and other wholefoods.
wholemeal noun ( whole wheat) flour made from the entire wheat grain or seed
integral
(also adjective) wholemeal flour/bread.
on the whole taking everything into consideration Our trip was successful on the whole.
Translations of “whole”
in Arabic كامِل…
in Korean 전체의…
in Malaysian seluruhnya, sebiji-sebiji…
in French (tout) entier, (en) entier…
in Turkish tüm, bütün, tümü…
in Italian intero, tutto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全部的, 整個的, 整體的…
in Russian целый, весь…
in Polish cały, w całości…
in Vietnamese toàn bộ, tất cả…
in Portuguese todo, inteiro…
in Thai ทั้งหมด, ทั้งชิ้น…
in German ganz…
in Catalan tot, sencer…
in Japanese 全体の, 全部の…
in Indonesian seluruh, bulat-bulat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全部的, 整个的, 整体的…
(Definition of whole from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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