Definition of in full in English:

in full

1With nothing omitted: I shall expect your life story in full
More example sentences
  • She explained the story in full to her mother, who sounded somewhat shocked and appalled.
  • The hospital also comes across looking bad, but their side of the story hasn't been told in full.
  • Whole paragraphs, like the following one, are worth quoting in full for their vivid illumination of an age.
Synonyms
in its entirety, in total, without omission/abridgement, unabridged, uncut, fully;
Latinin toto
1.1To the full amount due: their relocation costs would be paid in full
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  • When the end of the term is reached, the outstanding loan amount must be repaid in full.
  • The obvious risk is that the fund will not have grown sufficiently to pay back your capital amount in full.
  • Now Bernie has only a matter of days to go before his dues are paid in full and he's determined to leave Las Vegas to make a fresh start in life.
1.2To the utmost; completely: the textbooks have failed to exploit in full the opportunities offered
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  • Our stance and programme is rehabilitation to assist them to exploit their potential in full.
  • This they say will allow children to have a better opportunity to benefit in full from the education system.
  • By March, however, it is intended to start implementing the bye-laws in full.
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Pronunciation: fləˈdʒɪʃəs
adjective
(of a person or their actions) criminal; villainous