Definition of full to overflowing in English:

full to overflowing

Completely full.
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  • He said: ‘We've got an active gardening club and the old compost bin is always full to overflowing.’
  • With musicians of this quality struggling to fill a 5000 capacity venue, which in any other part of the country would have been full to overflowing, it is no wonder that big names usually refuse to play here.
  • With its best hotels and restaurants full to overflowing, the city is already feeling like a winner no matter which city eventually wins the right to host the 2012 Olympics.
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