to the full

to the full
adverb
to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form)
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fully grown

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he didn't fully understand

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knew full well

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full-grown

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full-fledged

Syn: ↑fully, ↑full
Derived from adjective: ↑full (for: ↑fully)
Usage Domain: ↑combining form

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FULLY, thoroughly, completely, to the utmost, to the limit, to the maximum, for all one's worth.
full

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to the full
In full measure or completely
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Main Entry:full

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to the full phrase
as much as possible

My aim is to enjoy life to the full.

Main entry: full

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to the greatest possible extent

enjoy your free trip to Europe to the full

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to the full
1 : to a great or complete degree

I enjoyed the performance to the full.

We need to exploit this opportunity to the full.

2 : in a very active and energetic way

She likes to live life to the full.

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Main Entry:full

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