- adj.1 holding/containing as much as it will holdVERBS▪ be, look, seem▪ become, get▪
The garage is getting full of junk again.ADVERB▪ absolutely, completely▪
The kitchen was absolutely full of flies!▪ almost, nearly, virtually (esp. BrE)▪
The reservoirs are all virtually full.▪ half, two-thirds, etc.▪ tooPREPOSITION▪ of▪
The bottle was half full of water.2 containing a lot of sthVERBS▪ be, look, seemADVERB▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc.▪
Her wine glass was still fairly full.3 having had enough to eat or drinkVERBS▪ be, feelADVERB▪ absolutely, completely▪ ratherPHRASES▪ full up (BrE)▪
I'm full up. I can't eat another thing.Full is used with these nouns: ↑acceptance, ↑access, ↑account, ↑address, ↑admission, ↑advantage, ↑agenda, ↑agreement, ↑alert, ↑allegiance, ↑amount, ↑answer, ↑apology, ↑appraisal, ↑appreciation, ↑approval, ↑armour, ↑array, ↑assurance, ↑attention, ↑authority, ↑autonomy, ↑awareness, ↑backing, ↑battery, ↑beam, ↑beard, ↑belly, ↑bibliography, ↑bladder, ↑blessing, ↑board, ↑bosom, ↑bottle, ↑bowl, ↑breadth, ↑breakdown, ↑breakfast, ↑breast, ↑briefing, ↑brother, ↑brunt, ↑bucket, ↑cabinet, ↑calendar, ↑carriage, ↑check, ↑circle, ↑citizen, ↑citizenship, ↑colour, ↑command, ↑commitment, ↑compensation, ↑complement, ↑complexity, ↑conference, ↑confession, ↑confidence, ↑congress, ↑consciousness, ↑consent, ↑consequence, ↑consideration, ↑consultation, ↑container, ↑context, ↑control, ↑cooperation, ↑cost, ↑costume, ↑cover, ↑coverage, ↑credit, ↑cup, ↑curriculum vitae, ↑custody, ↑day, ↑daylight, ↑decade, ↑deployment, ↑description, ↑detail, ↑development, ↑disarmament, ↑discretion, ↑discussion, ↑distance, ↑dose, ↑driving licence, ↑effect, ↑employment, ↑endorsement, ↑enjoyment, ↑enormity, ↑enquiry, ↑equality, ↑examination, ↑exemption, ↑explanation, ↑exploitation, ↑exploration, ↑exposure, ↑expression, ↑extent, ↑fare, ↑fee, ↑figure, ↑fitness, ↑flavour, ↑force, ↑freedom, ↑fridge, ↑fruition, ↑funding, ↑fury, ↑gamut, ↑glare, ↑glass, ↑glory, ↑grant, ↑guarantee, ↑health, ↑hearing, ↑height, ↑honour, ↑horror, ↑hour, ↑house, ↑impact, ↑implementation, ↑implication, ↑independence, ↑inquest, ↑inspection, ↑instruction, ↑integration, ↑inventory, ↑investigation, ↑involvement, ↑itinerary, ↑knowledge, ↑larder, ↑length, ↑liability, ↑licence, ↑life, ↑light, ↑lip, ↑list, ↑load, ↑make-up, ↑marathon, ↑mark, ↑maturity, ↑medical, ↑meeting, ↑member, ↑membership, ↑menu, ↑minute, ↑mobility, ↑month, ↑moon, ↑mourning, ↑mouth, ↑name, ↑orchestra, ↑ownership, ↑package, ↑page, ↑pail, ↑pardon, ↑participant, ↑participation, ↑partner, ↑passport, ↑pay, ↑payment, ↑pension, ↑period, ↑permission, ↑picture, ↑plate, ↑potential, ↑power, ↑price, ↑production, ↑professor, ↑protection, ↑provision, ↑quota, ↑range, ↑ration, ↑realization, ↑rebate, ↑recognition, ↑reconciliation, ↑recovery, ↑reference, ↑refrigerator, ↑refund, ↑regard, ↑register, ↑registration, ↑repayment, ↑repertoire, ↑replacement, ↑report, ↑responsibility, ↑restoration, ↑return, ↑review, ↑revolution, ↑right, ↑rigour, ↑role, ↑scale, ↑schedule, ↑scholarship, ↑scope, ↑score, ↑screen, ↑season, ↑sense, ↑sentence, ↑service, ↑session, ↑set, ↑share, ↑significance, ↑sister, ↑size, ↑skirt, ↑sleeve, ↑sovereignty, ↑span, ↑specification, ↑spectrum, ↑speed, ↑splendour, ↑statement, ↑stature, ↑status, ↑stomach, ↑story, ↑subscription, ↑suitcase, ↑sum, ↑summary, ↑sun, ↑sunlight, ↑support, ↑survey, ↑tank, ↑term, ↑text, ↑timetable, ↑title, ↑train, ↑transcript, ↑trial, ↑truth, ↑tuition, ↑tummy, ↑turn, ↑understanding, ↑uniform, ↑union, ↑use, ↑value, ↑version, ↑volume, ↑week, ↑weight, ↑width, ↑withdrawal, ↑wrath, ↑year
Collocations dictionary. 2013.