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full adj.

1 holding/containing as much as it will hold

VERBS be, look, seem | become, get The garage has got full of junk again. | leave sth He left the bath full of water.

ADV. absolutely, completely The kitchen was absolutely full of flies! | almost, nearly, virtually The reservoirs are all virtually full. | half

PREP. of The bottle was half full of mineral water.

2 containing a lot of sth

VERBS be, look, seem

ADV. extremely, very | fairly, pretty, quite Her wine glass was still quite full.

3 having had enough to eat or drink

VERBS be, feel

ADV. absolutely | rather

PHRASES full up I'm full up. I can't eat another thing.