Complete Definition of "full"

English

rank|soon|almost|thou|218|full|country|course|side

Pronunciation
AHD|foÍol, IPA|/fÊl/, SAMPA|/fUl/
audio|en-us-full.ogg|Audio (US)

Etymology 1
OE. full

Adjective
en-adj|er

  1. Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available.

#: The jugs were full to the point of overflowing.

  1. Complete; with nothing omitted.

#: Our book gives full treatment to the subject of angling.

  1. Total, entire.

#: She had tattoos the full length of her arms.
#: He was prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

  1. informal satisfied, especially in relation to eating.

#: "I'm full", he said, pushing back from the table.

  1. Of a garment, of a size that is ample, wide, or having ample folds or pleats to be comfortable.

#: She needed her full clothing during her pregnancy.

  1. Having depth and body; rich.

Synonyms
(containing the maximum possible amount): abounding, brimful, bursting, chock-a-block, chock-full, full up, full to bursting, full to overflowing, jam full, jammed, jam-packed, laden, loaded, overflowing, packed, rammed, stuffed
(complete): complete, thorough
(total): entire, total
(satisfied, in relation to eating): glutted, gorged, sated, satiate, satiated, satisfied, stuffed
(of a garment): baggy, big, large, loose, outsized, oversized, voluminous

Antonyms
(containing the maximum possible amount): empty
(complete): incomplete
(total): partial
(satisfied, in relation to eating): empty, hungry, starving
(of a garment): close-fitting, small, tight, tight-fitting

Related terms
top3
fill
-ful
fully
fullness
fulfil<!-- how related? -->
full beam
mid3
fullblood, full-blood, full blood
full-blown
full-bodied
full-dress
full house
full marks
mid3
full moon
full name
fullscale
full stop
to the full
bottom3

Translations
trans-top|containing the maximum possible amount
Afrikaans: vol
Albanian: t-|sq|plot|xs=Albanian
Catalan: ple
Croatian: t-|hr|pun
Danish: fuld, fyldt
Dutch: t+|nl|vol
Esperanto: t-|eo|plena|xs=Esperanto
Finnish: t+|fi|täysi
French: t+|fr|plein
German: t+|de|voll
Greek: t+|el|ÏλήÏηÏ|m|scGrek, t+|el|γεμάÏοÏ|m|scGrek
Hebrew: ××× (mal'e)
trans-mid
Hungarian: t+|hu|tele
Indonesian: t+|id|penuh|xs=Indonesian
Irish: t-|ga|lán|xs=Irish
Italian: t+|it|pieno
Kurdish:

Polish: peÅny
Portuguese: t+|pt|cheio
Romanian: t-|ro|plin
Russian: t+|ru|полнÑй|trpólnyj|scCyrl
Sardinian: prenu
Slovenian: poln
Spanish: t+|es|lleno
Swedish: t+|sv|full
Welsh: llawn
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trans-top|complete
Afrikaans: volle
Catalan: complet m, completa f
Danish: fuldstændig, komplet
Dutch: t+|nl|volledig
Esperanto: t-|eo|plena|xs=Esperanto
Finnish: t+|fi|täydellinen
French: complet m, complète f
trans-mid
Indonesian: t+|id|lengkap|xs=Indonesian
Italian: t+|it|completo|m, t+|it|completa|f
Polish: peÅny
Portuguese: t+|pt|completo|m, t-|pt|completa|f
Russian: t+|ru|полнÑй|trpólnyj|scCyrl
Spanish: t+|es|completo|m, t-|es|completa|f
Swedish: fullödig, fullständig
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trans-top|total, entire
Afrikaans: volle
Catalan: total, sencer m, sencera f
Danish: t-|da|fuld
Dutch: t+|nl|vol, t+|nl|volledig
Esperanto: t-|eo|tuta|xs=Esperanto
Finnish: t+|fi|koko, t+|fi|kokonainen
French: t+|fr|total|m, t+|fr|totale|f, t+|fr|entier|m, t-|fr|entière|f
trans-mid
Indonesian: menyeluruh
Italian: t+|it|totale|m|f, t+|it|intero|m, t+|it|intera|f
Polish: peÅny
Portuguese: total, inteiro m, inteira f
Russian: полнÑй (pólnyj), ÑелÑй (célyj)
Spanish: t-|es|entero|m, t-|es|entera|f
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trans-top|satisfied, in relation to eating
Afrikaans: vol
Catalan, ple m, plena f
Danish: mæt, fyldt op
Dutch: vol, verzadigd, zat
Esperanto: t-|eo|sata|xs=Esperanto
Finnish: t-|fi|täynnä
French: rassasier|rassasié, repaitre|repu
trans-mid
German: t+|de|voll
Greek: t+|el|ÏλήÏηÏ|m|sc=Grek
Indonesian: kenyang
Korean: ë¶ë¥´ë¤ (bureu-da)
Kurdish:

Russian: ÑÑÑÑй (sýtyj)
Spanish: satisfecho m, satisfecha f
Swedish: mätt
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trans-top|of a garment
Danish: t-|da|vid
Dutch: t+|nl|ruim, t+|nl|wijd
Finnish: t-|fi|väljä
trans-mid
trans-bottom

trans-top|rich tones
Danish: fuldtonet
Dutch: t+|nl|vol
Finnish: t-|fi|täyteläinen
trans-mid
Russian: наÑÑÑенÑй (nasýšÄenyj)
trans-bottom

Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Chinese: ååç
ttbc|Ido: plena#Ido|plena
ttbc|Japanese: æºã¡ã (ã¿ã¡ã|ã¿ã¡ã, micita), ä¸æ¯ (ãã£ã±ã, ippai) (2), å®å¨ãª
ttbc|Korean: 충ë¶í
ttbc|Kurdish (Kurmancî): tijî, miÅt
ttbc|Malagasy: feno, :mg:voky|voky (2); (Sakalava & Tsimiety Malagasy) :mg:voky|vôky (2)
ttbc|Manx: lane#Manx|lane
ttbc|Mongolian: ÑадÑан (2) <!--not relevant here: (verb "ÑадаÑ")-->
ttbc|Scottish Gaelic: làn, lìonta
ttbc|Sicilian: chinu m, china f
ttbc|Spanish: completo m, completa f

Etymology 2
Latin fullare, French fouler "to tread, stamp, full#English|full"

Verb
en-verb

  1. To make cloth denser and firmer by soaking, beating and pressing, to waulk, walk

Translations

Danish: t-|da|valke, t-|da|stampe
Finnish: vanuttaa
Italian: t-|it|sodare
mid
Korean: 무ëì§íë¤ (mudujil-hada)

Derived terms
fuller
fuller's earth

See also
Danish valke "to walk, waulk, full"
English walk, waulk (dubious)
German walken "to tan, waulk, full"
Middle Dutch walken "to knead, press, full"
Middle English walken "to roll, toss, journey about" (dubious)

Category:1000 English basic words


Catalan

Etymology
L. folium, leaf

Noun
fullm

  1. sheet of paper

Category:Catalan nouns


Old English

Etymology
Common Germanic *fullaz, whence also Old High German foll, Old Norse fullr

Adjective
full

  1. full

Category:Old English adjectives


Swedish

Etymology
Old Norse fullr

Pronunciation
Wiktionary:Swedish_pronunciation|Pronunciation IPA|/fɵl/ Audio|sv-full.ogg|Audio

Adjective
sv-adj-reg

  1. full (containing the maximum possible amount)
  2. drunk

Category:Positive words

ar:full
de:full
el:full
es:full
fa:full
fr:full
ko:full
hy:full
io:full
id:full
it:full
kk:full
ku:full
hu:full
ja:full
pl:full
ru:full
simple:full
fi:full
sv:full
ta:full
te:full
vi:full
tr:full
uk:full
zh:full

Revision and Credits for"full"
  • 2007-11-27 13:58 - Tbot - updated t/t-/t+ templates, added t for sq, hr, nl, eo, fi, fr, de, el, hu, id, ga, it, pt, ro, ru, es, sv, da

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