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full-scale

Pronunciation: /ˈfʊlˈskeɪl/

Translation of full-scale in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 (actual size) [model/drawing/plan] a escala natural
    Example sentences
    • Their plans, plus one full-scale model, are on display in the Archie Key gallery space.
    • The design center is capable of doing everything from initial sketches to full-scale clay models.
    • This could then be worked up into a yet larger, full-scale model in plaster.
  • 2 (major) [work] de envergadura, importante; [investigation] a fondo; [test] a escala real; [war] declarado
    Example sentences
    • Of course, one can be committed to regime change without launching a full-scale invasion of a country.
    • Weeks of carpet bombing, a full-scale invasion and years propping up a successor regime would be required, he said.
    • A penalty winner from Barry Robson, a full-scale pitch invasion and then a red card for the aforementioned scorer.

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