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to the full


Definitions from WordNet

Adverbial to the full has 1 sense
  1. fully, to the full, full - to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form); "fully grown"; "he didn't fully understand"; "knew full well"; "full-grown"; "full-fledged"

Definitions from the Web

Term: "to the full"

Part of Speech: Adverb


The phrase "to the full" is an adverb that means to the greatest extent or degree; completely or fully.

Sample sentence:

She lived her life to the full, embracing every opportunity and adventure that came her way.

Part of Speech: Prepositional Phrase


The prepositional phrase "to the full" is used to indicate that something is done completely or with maximum intensity.

Sample sentence:

The athlete gave his best effort to the full, leaving everything on the field.

Part of Speech: Noun Phrase


The noun phrase "to the full" refers to the state or condition of being completely satisfied or fulfilled.

Sample sentence:

He enjoyed his vacation to the full, returning home with a sense of contentment and rejuvenation.

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