Meaning of “full” - Learner’s Dictionary


noun uk us /fʊl/
in full

B1 completely and with nothing missing:

The speech will be published in full in tomorrow's newspaper.
He paid the bill in full.
to the full mainly UK

as much or as well as possible:

She certainly lived life to the full.

(Definition of “full noun” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)