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full-blown

adjective
 
 
/ˈfʊlˌbləʊn/
completely developed: a full-blown crisis a full-blown diseaseComplete and wholeVery and extreme
Translations of “full-blown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 充分發展的, 成熟的…
in Russian полностью развившийся…
in Turkish tamamen gelişmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 充分发展的, 成熟的…
in Polish rozwinięty…
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