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fully
American English: /ˈfʊli/
British English: /ˈfʊli/

Translation of fully in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1 1.1 (completely) See examples: I don't fully understand
    no entiendo del todo
    no acabo de entender
    are you fully satisfied?
    ¿estás totalmente satisfecho?
    she's not fully convinced
    no está convencida del todo
    she's a fully trained nurse
    es una enfermera diplomada
    fully comprehensive insurance (Finance)
    1.2 (in full) 1.3 (in detail)
    en detalle
    Example sentences
    • I fully understand that person's fears but the wider picture is kinda scary don't you think?
    • The fact that it's fully interactive is entirely appropriate to the subject matter.
    • Autism is an extremely complex condition, and one which has never been fully understood.
  • 2 (at least)
    Example sentences
    • Fully 10 percent more girls than boys pray daily.
    • Fully 40 percent of the nation's states were now affected in some way by budget restrictions.
    • Above the east stand of the ground, fully a hundred yards or so from where I stood, flew four seagulls, and their cries were all that broke the silence.

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