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whole

adjective
 
 
/həʊl/
COMPLETE [always before noun] A2 complete, including every part: She spent the whole afternoon studying. The whole family went to the show.Both, all, each and every
NOT IN PIECES [never before noun] as a single object and not in pieces: The chick swallowed the worm whole. →  See also a whole new ball game , the whole world Complete and wholeVery and extreme
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