full

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full is part of the Basic English 850.
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full is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
full

Pronunciation[change]

Adjective[change]

Positive
full

Comparative
fuller

Superlative
fullest

  1. A container is full of things if there are many of the things in the container and no more can go in.
    The cup is full of water. If you try to put more water in, the water will fall onto the table.
    My life is full of problems.
  2. A full moon is when the moon is a round circle because the sun is shining on the side we can see.
    I can see the road, because there's a full moon tonight.
  3. A person is full when they are satisfied, usually with food.
    The meal was so large that I was full all day.
  4. Something is full when it is total and completed, does not need any additions