Spanish translation of 'full-blown'
Example Sentences Including 'full-blown'
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A full-blown sovereign debt crisis is obviously the biggest worry.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trade skirmishes are one thing, full-blown trade wars quite another.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Others talk of a full-blown civil war.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Theatre has often had a thing for science, but this is a full-blown love affair.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Experts are predicting that the nation is on course for a full-blown epidemic.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Factor in the imminent prospect of thousands of further job losses and a full-blown local economic crisis looms.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He asked me out for a drink and things progressed to a full-blown affair.The Sun (2016)
He said it was a full-blown affair and had been going on for months.The Sun (2016)
He thinks we have had a full-blown affair.The Sun (2007)
He went on to have a full-blown affair with one of them.The Sun (2010)
It came as economists warned Britain faced a full-blown debt crisis next year.The Sun (2009)
It led to a full-blown affair.The Sun (2015)
MY wife lied and lied about what had happened with an old boyfriend when they had a full-blown affair.The Sun (2012)
Our meetings became regular and it went on to a full-blown affair.The Sun (2006)
THE prison service is in full-blown crisis.The Sun (2016)
That kind of answer is what turned this incident into a full-blown leadership crisis.The Sun (2014)
The Western economies now face a full-blown financial crisis.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The nightmare scenario is that they could then go on to infect others and thus we have the prospect of a full-blown epidemic.The Sun (2014)
We began a full-blown affair which has lasted until this day.The Sun (2015)
But it has now intensified towards full-blown civil war.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Without new owners, they are fighting a full-blown crisis.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'full-blown'
Used Rarely. full-blown is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: full-blown ADJECTIVE
Full-blown means having all the characteristics of a particular type of thing or person.
Before becoming a full-blown director, he worked as a film editor.
Translation of full-blown from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary