fully Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “fully” in the English Dictionary

"fully" in British English

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fullyadverb

uk   us   /ˈfʊl.i/

fully adverb (COMPLETELY)

B1 completely: Have you fully ​recovered from ​yourillness? I fully ​intended to ​call you last ​night. I'm ​sorry, the ​restaurant is fully ​booked. I fully understand the ​problem. a fully ​qualifiedteacher
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fully adverb (GREATEST POSSIBLE)

as much as ​possible: Kate has always ​participated fully in the ​life of the ​school. He ​cooperated fully with the ​police.
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-fullysuffix

uk   us   /-fəl.i/ /-fʊ.li/
in a way that ​shows the ​statedquality: powerfully tearfully truthfully
(Definition of fully from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"fully" in American English

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fullyadverb [not gradable]

 us   /ˈfʊl·i, -li/

fully adverb [not gradable] (COMPLETELY)

completely: Have you fully ​recovered from ​yourillness? If you’re not fully ​satisfied with ​yourpurchase, we’ll ​refundyourmoney.

fully adverb [not gradable] (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE)

as much as ​possible: Carrie has always ​participated fully in the ​life of the ​school.
(Definition of fully from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fully”
in Arabic بِشَكْل كامِل…
in Korean 완전히…
in Portuguese completamente…
in Catalan completament…
in Japanese 完全に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完全地, 全部地…
in Turkish tamamen, tam olarak…
in Russian полностью, совершенно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完全地, 全部地…
in Italian completamente…
in Polish całkowicie, w pełni…
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