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  1. full

    • IPA[fʊl]

    英式

    • adj.
      containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space;having eaten to one's limits or satisfaction
    • adv.
      straight; directly;very
    • n.
      the period, point, or state of the greatest fullness or strength.;the state or time of full moon.
    • v.
      make (something) full; fill up;gather or pleat (fabric) so as to make a garment full
    • verb: full, 3rd person present: fulls, gerund or present participle: fulling, past tense: fulled, past participle: fulled

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space:

      waste bins full of rubbish

      she could only nod, for her mouth was full

    • 2. having eaten to one's limits or satisfaction:

      she just ate till she was full up

    • 3. containing or holding much or many; having a large number of:

      his diary is full of entries about her

    • 4. having a lot of (a particular quality):

      she was full of confidence

    • 5. unable to stop talking or thinking about:

      they had their photographs taken and he was full of it

    • 6. filled with intense emotion:

      his heart was full of hate

    • 7. involving many activities:

      he lived a full life

    • 8. drunk:

      we were all pretty well full when the van rolled into Mittagong

    • 9. not lacking or omitting anything; complete:

      a full range of sports facilities

    • 10. (often used for emphasis) reaching the utmost limit; maximum:

      he reached for the engine control and turned it up to full power

      John made full use of all the tuition provided

    • 11. having all the privileges and status attached to a particular position:

      the country applied for full membership of the European Community

    • 12. (of a report or account) containing as much detail or information as possible:

      a full report of the conference

      fuller descriptions of these varieties are available elsewhere

    • 13. used to emphasize an amount or quantity:

      he kept his fast pace going for the full 14-mile distance

    • 14. (of a covering material in bookbinding) used for the entire cover:

      bound in full cloth

    • 15. (of a person's figure or part of the body) plump or rounded:

      she had full lips

      the fuller figure

    • 16. (of the hair) having body:

      volumizing products coat each strand, making hair appear thick and much fuller

    • 17. (of a garment) cut generously with gathers or folds or so as to fit loosely:

      the dress has a square neck and a full skirt

    • 18. (of a sound) strong and resonant:

      this season's sopranos produced a full but translucent sound

      her voice had become fuller

    • 19. (of a flavour or colour) rich or intense:

      any unpasteurized cheese will have a fuller flavour than its treated counterpart

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. straight; directly:

      she turned her head and looked full into his face

    • 2. very:

      he knew full well she was too polite to barge in

    • 3. entirely (used to emphasize an amount or quantity):

      they talked for full half an hour

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the period, point, or state of the greatest fullness or strength.
    • 2. the state or time of full moon.
    • 3. the whole.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (something) full; fill up:

      he full up the house with bawling

    • 2. gather or pleat (fabric) so as to make a garment full:

      a straight piece fulled into a small band at the top

    • 3. (of the moon or tide) become full:

      fulling moon aloft doth ride

    • adj.
      of the standard length:
    • a full-length Disney cartoon
    • adv.
      (of a person) with the body lying stretched out and flat:
    • Lucy flung herself full length on the floor

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    • adj.
      of the standard length:
    • a full-length Disney cartoon
    • adv.
      (of a person) with the body lying stretched out and flat:
    • Lucy flung herself full length on the floor

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    • ph. running at or providing maximum power or capacity

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    • n.
      at full speed or maximum capacity:
    • the boat came full bore toward us
    • adj.
      denoting firearms of relatively large caliber:
    • full-bore handguns

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    • n. a punctuation mark (.) used at the end of a sentence or an abbreviation.

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    • n. an audience, or a group of people attending a meeting, that fills the venue for the event to capacity:

    • he seemed a trifle unnerved playing to a full house

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    • IPA[fo͝ol]

    美式

    • adj.
      containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space:
    • wastebaskets full of rubbish

      she could only nod, for her mouth was full

    • adv.
      straight; directly:
    • she turned her head and looked full into his face
    • n.
      the period, point, or state of the greatest fullness or strength; the height of a period of time.
    • v.
      make (something) full; fill up:
    • he full up the house with bawling

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    • IPA[fo͝ol]

    美式

    • v.
      clean, shrink, and felt (cloth) by heat, pressure, and moisture:
    • the fabric is then fulled to produce solid yet soft areas around the holes

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    • IPA[fʊl]

    英式

    • v.
      clean, shrink, and felt (cloth) by heat, pressure, and moisture:
    • the fabric is then fulled to produce solid yet soft areas around the holes

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