in full


in full
adverb
referring to a quantity (Freq. 3)
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the amount was paid in full

Syn: ↑fully

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IN ITS ENTIRETY, in toto, in total, unabridged, uncut.
full

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in full
Without reduction or omission
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Main Entry:full

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completely, including the whole of something

Fines must be paid in full within 30 days.

Thesaurus: completely and thoroughlysynonym
Main entry: full

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with nothing omitted

I shall expect your life story in full

to the full amount due

their relocation costs would be paid in full

to the utmost; completely

the textbooks have failed to exploit in full the opportunities offered

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in full
: entirely or completely

The receipt indicated that their bill had been paid in full.

Please write your name and address in full. [=please write your full name and address]

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Main Entry:full

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including the whole of sth

The address must be printed in full.

Main entry:fullidiom

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