Definition of 'full-size'
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And there are full-size snooker tables and table tennis. The Sun (2014)There is also an indoor swimming pool plus a gym and full-size football pitch. The Sun (2008)The gym at the new training ground is as big as a full-size pitch. The Sun (2012)No more primary schoolchildren playing on full-size pitches. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Next weekend he will play his first match on a full-size pitch. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He lived in this big house in the countryside and had a full-size pitch with goals in his garden. The Sun (2014)It comes from a huge football ground with two full-size pitches and a rudimentary grandstand packed to the roof with people. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The 30ft models are replicas of full-size ships. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Nowadays, the key status symbol is a full-size floodlit soccer pitch. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The other game played in this room is snooker, on a full-size table that sits comfortably in the middle of the room. Times, Sunday Times (2010)New art and photography from up-and-coming artists is regularly displayed around the building and there is a full-size snooker table on the top floor. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)I'd like to have a full-size spare wheel and an ashtray. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'full-size'
British English: full-size ADJECTIVE
A full-size or full-sized model or picture is the same size as the thing or person that it represents.
I made a full-size cardboard model.
Definition of full-size from the Collins English Dictionary
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