fully definition

  • adverb:
    • Totally or entirely: completely grown.
    • At least: completely 50 % of the volunteers would not appear.
    • In a full fashion; without absence or problem.
    • In the full level; to a complete extent.
    • As the very least; at least
    • In a complete fashion or degree; totally; entirely; without shortage or defect; properly; satisfactorily.
    • on greatest degree or level; entirely or entirely; (`full' within feeling is used as a combining type)
    • sufficiently; a lot more than acceptably
    • discussing a quantity
    • Totally or totally: completely grown.
    • at the very least: completely half of the volunteers didn't appear.
    • In a full manner; without absence or defect.
    • In a full degree; to a full extent.
    • As the absolute minimum; at least
    • In a complete way or level; entirely; totally; without shortage or defect; acceptably; satisfactorily.
    • to the biggest level or level; completely or entirely; (`full' within good sense is employed as a combining type)
    • adequately; significantly more than adequately
    • talking about a quantity
  • others:
    • In a full way; to the full; without shortage or problem; totally; totally: as, to be totally persuaded of one thing.
    • In a full way; to the full; without lack or problem; completely; entirely: as, to-be fully persuaded of anything.

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