[ful] 1. adj
pełny; skirt, sleeve szeroki
2. adv

to know full well that … — w pełni zdawać sobie sprawę (z tego), że …

full up — (hotel etc) wypełniony

I'm full (up) — jestem najedzony

a full week — okrągły tydzień

in full view of sb — na czyichś oczach

full marks — maksymalna liczba punktów

at full speed — z pełną or maksymalną prędkością

full of — pełen +gen

in full — w całości

to write one's name in full — podpisywać się (podpisać się perf) pełnym imieniem i nazwiskiem

full in the face — prosto w twarz

to the full — w (całej) pełni

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[ful] 1. adjective
1) (holding or containing as much as possible: My basket is full.) pełny
2) (complete: a full year; a full account of what happened.) cały, kompletny
3) ((of clothes) containing a large amount of material: a full skirt.) obszerny
2. adverb
1) (completely: Fill the petrol tank full.) do pełna
2) (exactly; directly: She hit him full in the face.) prosto
- full-length
- full moon
- full-scale
- full stop
- full-time
- fully-fledged
- full of
- in full
- to the full

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.

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