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English definition of “full”

full

adjective [before noun] (GREATEST POSSIBLE)    /fʊl/
B1 the greatest possible: James is very bright, but he doesn't make full use of his abilities. Nobody got full marks (= all the answers right) in the spelling test. It doesn't seem likely that we will see a return to full employment (= that all the people in the country will have a job) in the near future.Maximum and minimum
(Definition of full adjective (GREATEST POSSIBLE) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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