Word: full

Category: full

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Related words: full

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Synonyms: full

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: full

spanish
lleno, total, relleno, todo, entero, ...


german
vollständig, ganze, völlig, drall, ganz, ...

french
étoffé, complètement, tout, repu, nourri, ...

italian
colmo, pieno, complessivo, intero, totale, ...

portuguese
pleno, inteiro, completo, cumprir, cheio, ...

dutch
totaal, vol, voluit, heel, geheel, ...

russian
свободный, заполненный, изобилующий, преисполненный, многоводный, ...

norwegian
fullstendig, utførlig, full, fyldig, hel

swedish
total, summa, full

finnish
täydellinen, kylläinen, aivan, vanuttaa, kokonainen, ...

danish
fuld, hele, total

czech
naplněný, plný, hojný, plnost, celý, ...

polish
kompletny, pełny, pełnoprawny, pełnoetatowy, pełnowartościowy, ...

hungarian
kiadós, tele, teli, hiánytalan, kövérkés

turkish
bütün, tam, dolu, tüm

greek
πλήρης, μεστός, ολικός, γεμάτος

ukrainian
огрядний, повен, повний, багатий, вільний, ...

albanian
plotë

belarusian
поуны

estonian
otse, täis, täielik

croatian
puni, cjelovitu, punopravna, pun, sve

icelandic
fullur

latin
plenus

lithuanian
visas, pilnas, ištisas

latvian
pilns, kopējs, viss, pilnīgs

romanian
deplin, plin, complet

slovenian
poln, sit

slovak
plno

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The meaning and "use of": full

adjective
  • containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space.
  • not lacking or omitting anything; complete.
  • (of a person or part of their body) plump or rounded.

adverb
  • straight; directly.
  • very.

noun
  • the period, point, or state of the greatest fullness or strength; the height of a period of time.

verb
  • make (something) full; fill up.
  • gather or pleat (fabric) so as to make a garment full.
  • (of the moon or tide) become full.
  • clean, shrink, and felt (cloth) by heat, pressure, and moisture.

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