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full  Verb
  1. Translate "full" to Spanish: abatanar, batanar, batanear, enfurtir
    English Synonyms of "full": felt
    Define meaning of "full": Beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening.
  2. The seamstress fulled the fabric, La costurera abatanó la tela.
    Full the cloth.

  3. Translate "full" to Spanish: dar amplitud a
    English Synonyms of "full": give fullness to

full  Adjective
  1. Translate "full" to Spanish: lleno, repleto, ocupado, pleno, relleno, saturado, ful, retacado
    English Synonyms of "full": filled, full-up, abounding, chock-full, crammed full, laden, overcrowded, replete
    Define meaning of "full": Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal.
  2. A full glass.
    A sky full of stars.
    A full life.
    The auditorium was full to overflowing.

  3. Translate "full" to Spanish: lleno, ahíto, repleto
    English Synonyms of "full": sated, satisfied, full up, glutted, jaded, replete, satiated
    Define meaning of "full": Filled to satisfaction with food or drink.
  4. A full stomach.

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  5. Translate "full" to Spanish: completo, total
    English Synonyms of "full": complete, entire, integral, uncut, whole, undivided
    Define meaning of "full": Having the normally expected amount. ; Constituting the full quantity or extent; complete. ; Not separated into parts or shares; constituting an undivided unit. ; Complete in extent or degree and in every particular.
  6. Gives full measure.
    Gives good measure.
    A good mile from here.
    An entire town devastated by an earthquake.
    Gave full attention.
    A total failure.
    An undivided interest in the property.
    A full share.
    A full game.
    A total eclipse.
    A total disaster.

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  7. Translate "full" to Spanish: lleno, abarrotado, encopetado, nutrido, hasta el tejado, manido
    English Synonyms of "full": crowded, completely full, packed, brimming, crammed, filled to the brim, totally full, well-filled, overstocked
    Define meaning of "full": Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal.
  8. A full glass.
    A sky full of stars.
    A full life.
    The auditorium was full to overflowing.

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  9. Translate "full" to Spanish: colmado, cumplido, pletórico
    English Synonyms of "full": abundant, full-up, chock-full, grocer, plethoric, plentiful
    Define meaning of "full": Present in great quantity.

  10. Translate "full" to Spanish: ebrio
    English Synonyms of "full": drunk, drunken, intoxicated, boozy, half-seas over, in one's cups, lit-up, tipsy
    Define meaning of "full": Stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol).

Verb Conjugation for "full"
Gerund: fulling

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Conceptually-related expressions of "full"
a full glass
a full hour
a full house
a full month
a full quarter
a full semester
a full week
a full year
achievement of full employment
act with full powers
address in full
ask for full responsibility
at full blast
at full capacity
at full efficiency
at full extension
at full flow
at full gallop
at full length
at full load
at full pelt
at full power
at full pressure
at full production
at full sail
at full speed
at full steam
at full strength
at full stretch
at full swing
at full tempo
at full throat
at full throttle
at full tilt
at one full stroke
be completely full
be completely full of
be completely full with
be forced to a full stop
be forced to come to a full stop
be full
be full of
be full of oneself
be full with
be going full blast
be going full speed
be going full steam
be in full agreement
be in full dress
be in full fig
be in full retreat
be in full swing
be paid in full
be too full
be totally full
be totally full of
become full
become full of
become full with
check in full settlement
cheque in full settlement
chock-full
come full
come full circle
come to a full stop
completely full
conscious perception with full awareness
cram full with
crammed full
deal with a full deck
descend at full speed
development of characteristics of a full language
discharge of a debt in full
discuss in full
do at full speed
draw oneself up in one's full height
draw oneself up to one's full height
drive at full speed
endorsement in full
enjoy life to the full
enter at full speed
everything looks brighter on a full stomach
expel the embryo or fetus before its full development
expenditure incurred prior to full production
explain in full detail
express full backup
free and full possession
get completely full
get full
give a full account of
give full measure
give full play
go at full lick
go at full speed
go down at full speed
go downhill at full speed
go full blast
go full bore
go full speed
go full term
go the full pace
go the full yard
going full speed
half-full
half-full hopper
have a full flavor
have a full flavour
have a full plate
have full enjoyment of
have one's hands full
house full
I'm full up
in full
in full agreement
in full armor
in full awareness
in full blast
in full bloom
in full blossom
in full career
in full color
in full colour
in full cry
in full daylight
in full detail
in full development
in full dress
in full effect
in full force
in full harmony
in full mourning
in full operation
in full production
in full regalia
in full sunshine
in full swing
in full view of
in full view of him
in full view of them
in full view of you
in full youth
investigate in full detail
jam-full
know full well
know someone's life story in full detail
lead a full life
let something go at full speed
make a full confession
make a full turn
make full use of
meet in full opposition
merriment comes with a full stomach
name in full
operate with a full deck
paid in full
pair of full trousers
partner with full liability
pay a share in full
pay in full
pay the amount in full
payment in full
payment in full discharge
penal institution for permanent imprisonment of the inmates to full term
plant that grows best in full sunlight
play with a full deck
please give full particulars
process of transformation of a pidgin into a full language
reach full growth
realization of one's full potential
realize one's full potential
receipt in full
remain in full force
run an engine at full speed
run at full speed
shithouse-full
signature of full name
splashing sound heard in a full stomach
take along at full speed
take off at full speed
talk with one's mouth full
tear off at full speed
text in full
the full court
the full season
the wheel has come full circle
to one's full height
to the full
to the full extent of
too full
totally full
travel at full speed
unaccented syllable or group of syllables starting a verse line preceding the first full measure
under full sail
under full steam
up to full strength
using full power
very full
with full certainty
with full force
with full hands
with full knowledge
with full particular
work at full speed
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