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noun 
  1. Something complete, without any parts missing.
  2. An entirety.
Translations: 
  • German: Ganze
  • Italian: tutto
    (trans-mid)
adjective 
  1. entire.
I ate a fish.
  1. sound, uninjured, healthy.
Translations: 
    adverb 
    1. (colloquial) in entirety; entirely; wholly
    I ate a fish !
    Translations: 
    • German: ganz
      (trans-mid)
    Etymology: hal, hÄl. Cognate with German heil, Dutch heel.


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