What is Full ?

Full is (adj) 1. with as much inside as is possible Is the box full? The bag is full of potatoes. We couldn’t get on the first bus because it was full. All the hotels were full. I’m full up I’ve eaten so much that I can’t eat any more (informal.) to be full of yourself to think a lot of yourself, or to be always talking about how successful you are 2. complete You must give the police full details of the accident. Write your full name and address at the top of the paper. (noun) to the full completely He always wants to live his life to the full. (adv) 1. completely; entirely The story has never been told in full. 2. to know something full well to be very aware of something 3. straight; in the centre The ball hit him full in the chest.


source: Easier English, Student Dictionary Upper Intermediate Level