full


full
adj.
1 holding/containing as much as it will hold
VERBS
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.
too
PREPOSITION
of

The bottle was half full of water.

2 containing a lot of sth
VERBS
be, look, seem
ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.

Her wine glass was still fairly full.

3 having had enough to eat or drink
VERBS
be, feel
ADVERB
absolutely, completely
rather
PHRASES
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

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