How to Pronounce full?

Correct pronunciation for the word "full" is [fˈʊl], [fˈʊl], [f_ˈʊ_l].

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"Full" in context

The word full implies having something quite to its fullest extent, or having something fully satisfied or completed. For example, a full cup is merely water or any liquid completely filling the cup, and it cannot hold anymore. Similarly, a full stomach is having eaten a substantial meal and feeling no more hunger afterward. In terms of emotions, having full joy means experiencing extreme happiness, and having a feeling of contentment.

Fullness can also refer to having the full amount of something. For example, having the full amount of time refers to having all the time necessary to complete a task.

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