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ADJ-GRADED 满的;装满的 If something is full, it contains as much of a substance or as many objects as it can.
Once the container is full, it stays shut until you turn it clockwise.
...a full tank of petrol.
ADJ-GRADED 有大量…的;满是…的 If a place or thing is full of things or people, it contains a large number of them.
The case was full of clothes...
The streets are still full of debris from two nights of rioting.
ADJ-GRADED 充满(某一情感或特质)的 If someone or something is full of a particular feeling or quality, they have a lot of it.
I feel full of confidence and so open to possibilities...
Mom's face was full of pain.
ADJ-GRADED 满员的;没有空位(或空间)的 You say that a place or vehicle is full when there is no space left in it for any more people or things.
The main car park was full when I left about 10.45...
我 10 点 45 分左右离开时，主停车场已经没有车位了。
They stay here a few hours before being sent to refugee camps, which are now almost full...
ADJ-GRADED (手或胳膊)占着的，拿满了的，挂满了的 If your hands or arms are full, you are carrying or holding as much as you can carry.
Sylvia entered, her arms full of packages...
People would go into the store and come out with their arms full.
ADJ-GRADED 饱的;吃(或喝)胀的 If you feel full, you have eaten or drunk so much that you do not want anything else.
It's healthy to eat when I'm hungry and to stop when I'm full.
ADJ (置于名词前)所有的，全部的 You use full before a noun to indicate that you are referring to all the details, things, or people that it can possibly include.
Full details will be sent to you once your application has been accepted...
May I have your full name?...
ADJ (声音、光线、力气等)最大(强度)的 Full is used to describe a sound, light, or physical force which is being produced with the greatest possible power or intensity.
From his study came the sound of Mahler, playing at full volume...
Officials say the operation will be carried out in full daylight...
ADJ 完全的;充分的;彻底的 You use full to emphasize the completeness, intensity, or extent of something.
We should conserve oil and gas by making full use of other energy sources...
Television cameras are carrying the full horror of this war into homes around the world...
ADJ-GRADED (内容)详尽的，丰富的 A full statement or report contains a lot of information and detail.
Mr Primakov gave a full account of his meeting with the President.
...the enormous detail in this very full document.
ADJ-GRADED (生活)多姿多彩的，充实的 If you say that someone has or leads a full life, you approve of the fact that they are always busy and do a lot of different things.
You will be successful in whatever you do and you will have a very full and interesting life.
ADV 恰好;正好;直接地 You use full to emphasize the force or directness with which someone or something is hit or looked at.
The burning liquid hit him full in the right eye...
She kissed him full on the mouth...
ADJ (所拥有的权利、地位或重要性)完整的，正式的 You use full to refer to something which gives you all the rights, status, or importance for a particular position or activity, rather than just some of them.
How did the meeting go, did you get your full membership?...
She sent her provisional licence with the test certificate to have it upgraded to a full licence.
ADJ (味道)浓烈的，浓郁的 A full flavour is strong and rich.
Italian plum tomatoes have a full flavour, and are best for cooking.
ADJ-GRADED (身体某一部位)丰满的，圆润的 If you describe a part of someone's body as full, you mean that it is rounded and rather large.
The Juno Collection specialises in large sizes for ladies with a fuller figure.
...his strong chin, his full lips, his appealing mustache.
ADJ-GRADED (裙摆或袖子)宽大的，宽松的 A full skirt or sleeve is wide and has been made from a lot of fabric.
My wedding dress has a very full skirt.
ADJ (月)满的，圆的 When there is a full moon, the moon appears as a bright, complete circle.
PHRASE 所有地;全部地;全数地 You say that something has been done or described in full when everything that was necessary has been done or described.
The medical experts have yet to report in full...
We guarantee to reply in full within 10 working days.
我们保证在 10 个工作日内悉数回复。
PHRASE (尤指对令人不快的事)很清楚地知道(或了解)，一清二楚 If you say that a person knows full well that something is true, especially something unpleasant, you are emphasizing that they are definitely aware of it, although they may behave as if they are not.
He knew full well he'd be ashamed of himself later.
PHRASE 尽量;在最大程度上;充分地;彻底地 Something that is done or experienced to the full is done to as great an extent as is possible.
She probably has a good mind, which should be used to the full...
There's only one thing we should do with love; experience it to the full for as long as it lasts.
PHRASE 洋洋得意;自以为是 If you say to someone 'you're full of yourself', you disapprove of them because they appear very pleased with themselves, thinking that they are very clever, special, or important.
He's full of himself, sharp and aggressive and sometimes he comes over badly.