fullyadverbuk us /ˈfʊl.i/
fully adverb (COMPLETELY)
- Bathers must be fully clothed before entering the restaurant.
- He has written a fully comprehensive guide to Rome.
- We had to stay in the sleaziest hotel in town as everywhere else was fully booked.
- The extent of the flooding can only be fully appreciated when viewed from the air.
- The death of his son was an experience from which he never fully recovered.
fully adverb (GREATEST POSSIBLE)
- My job doesn't really allow me fully to deploy my skills.
- I fully endorse everything the Chairperson has said.
- We need to make sure that we exploit our resources as fully as possible.
- Let's explore this issue more fully.
- We wanted to explain the plans fully, but the chairman stopped us short, as there were other important matters to discuss.