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The petrol tank is almost full.
a full car park
bins full of rubbish
Our small house was already full to overflowing.
The stadium is expected to be full to capacity for the game.
‘Would you like some dessert?’ ‘No thanks, I’m full.’
You should never exercise on a full stomach.
She is expected to make a full recovery.
a soldier dressed in full uniform
I spent three full days in Paris.
He is not yet playing to his full potential.
He turned the radio on full volume.
Why is the heating on full blast on such a warm day?
I’ve had a full day at the office.
She leads a very full life.
This is the British English definition of full. View American English definition of full.