full stopnoun [ C ]uk /ˌfʊl ˈstɒp/ us /ˌfʊl ˈstɑːp/ UK US period
- He keeps missing the full stop offs the ends of his sentences.
- Make sure you put a full stop at the end of every sentence.
PunctuationThe most common punctuation marks in English are: capital letters and full stops, question marks, commas, colons and semi-colons, exclamation marks and quotation marks. …
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- a heck of a sth/sb idiom
- a load of crap, nonsense, rubbish, etc. idiom
- all the way idiom
- annoy, frighten, scare, etc. the hell out of sb idiom
- as... as anything idiom
- be chilled/frozen to the marrow idiom
- hell of a idiom
- like a ton of bricks idiom
- more than idiom
- to hell idiom
- to your heart's content idiom