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  1. completely filled; containing all that can be held; filled to utmost capacity: a full cup. unable to consume more food or drink; physically satisfied by what one has eaten or drunk: too full to eat another bite; feeling full after a big breakfast. complete; entire; maximum: a full supply of food for a three-day hike. adverb.

  2. Britannica Dictionary definition of FULL 1 : containing or holding as much or as many as possible a full bottle The disk is full. The plane was carrying a full load of passengers. The theater was full to capacity. — often + of a bottle full of milk a bin full of corn 2 always used before a noun

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  5. See definition of full on Dictionary.com adj. brimming, filled adj. thorough adj. deep in sound adj. satiated in hunger synonyms for full Compare Synonyms adequate big chock-full complete crowded entire intact packed stocked sufficient abounding burdened bursting crammed glutted gorged imbued impregnated jammed laden lavish loaded overflowing

  6. 1 : employed for or involving full time full-time employees full-time work 2 : devoting one's full attention and energies to something a full-time gambler full-time adverb full time 2 of 2 noun : the amount of time considered the normal or standard amount for working during a given period Word History First Known Use Adjective

  7. full ( fʊl) adj 1. holding or containing as much as possible; filled to capacity or near capacity 2. abundant in supply, quantity, number, etc: full of energy. 3. having consumed enough food or drink 4. (esp of the face or figure) rounded or plump; not thin 5. ( prenominal) with no part lacking; complete: a full dozen.

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