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(形容词) 
Definition
holding as much or as many as possible
Repeat the layers until the terrine is full.
同义词
filled
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stocked
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brimming
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replete
The harbour was replete with boats.
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entire
Treatment is more effective if the entire family is involved.
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loaded
shoppers loaded with bags
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intact
After the explosion, most of the cargo was left intact.
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gorged
, ,
bursting at the seams
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brimful
The country is brimful with highly paid doctors.
(形容词) 
Definition
holding as much or as many as possible
The centre is full beyond capacity.
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crammed
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crowded
The street was crowded and noisy.
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packed
The streets were packed with people.
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crushed
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jammed
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in use
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congested
Some areas are congested with both cars and people.
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chock-full
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chock-a-block
反义词
(形容词) 
The cheap seats were all full.
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occupied
three beds, two of which were occupied
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in use
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unavailable
(形容词) 
Definition
having consumed enough food or drink
It's healthy to stop eating when I'm full.
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satiated
, ,
having had enough
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replete
replete after a heavy lunch
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sated
(形容词) 
Definition
abundant in supply
A day full of entertainment.
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bursting
The place appears to be bursting with women directors.
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teeming
The area is usually teeming with tourists.
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abounding
a garden abounding with colour
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jammed
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swarming
(形容词) 
Full details will be sent to you.
同义词
,
detailed
a detailed account of the discussions
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complete
Scientists have found the oldest complete skeleton of an ape-like man.
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broad
A broad range of issues was discussed.
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generous
a room with a generous amount of storage space
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ample
The design gave ample space for a good-sized kitchen.
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abundant
There is an abundant supply of cheap labour.
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plentiful
a plentiful supply
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copious
He drank copious quantities of tea and coffee.
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plenary
The president has plenary power in some areas of foreign policy.
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plenteous
the plenteous mead that had been given to him
反义词
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Definition
complete
He revved the engine to full power.
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maximum
The maximum height for a fence here is 2 metres.
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highest
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greatest
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top
The car-ferry has a top speed of forty-two knots.
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utmost
Security matters are treated with the utmost seriousness.
(形容词) 
Definition
with all privileges or rights
They can now publish a full list of candidates.
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comprehensive
The Rough Guide to Nepal is a comprehensive guide to the region.
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complete
the complete works of Shakespeare
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thorough
We are making a thorough investigation.
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exhaustive
The author's treatment of the subject is exhaustive.
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all-inclusive
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all-embracing
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unabridged
the unabridged version of `War and Peace'
(形容词) 
You will have a very full and interesting life.
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eventful
Our next journey was longer and much more eventful.
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active
Having an active youngster about the house can be quite wearing.
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busy
I'd had a busy day and was rather tired.
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lively
lively streets full of bars and cafés
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energetic
Two-year-olds can be incredibly energetic.
10 (形容词) 
Italian plum tomatoes have a full flavour.
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rounded
full of rounded, believable and interesting characters
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strong
A strong current seemed to be moving the whole boat.
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rich
The bees buzzed around a garden rich with flowers.
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powerful
in the grip of a powerful emotion
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intense
He was sweating from the intense heat.
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pungent
The more herbs you use, the more pungent the sauce will be.
11 (形容词) 
Definition
(of the face or figure) rounded or plump
large sizes for women with a fuller figure
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plump
He was walking a plump puppy down the street.
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voluptuous
a voluptuous, well-rounded woman with glossy red hair
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shapely
her shapely legs
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well-rounded
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buxom
She looked radiant and buxom.
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curvaceous (informal)
a curvaceous blonde
12 (形容词) 
Definition
(of a garment) containing a large amount of fabric
My wedding dress has a very full skirt.
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voluminous
She was swathed in a voluminous cloak.
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large
The gang finally left with a large amount of cash and jewellery.
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loose
Wear loose clothes as they're more comfortable.
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baggy
a baggy jumper
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capacious
She crammed the lot into her capacious handbag.
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loose-fitting
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balloon-like
反义词
13 (形容词) 
Definition
powerful or rich in volume and sound
She has a full voice; mine is a bit lighter.
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rich
He spoke in that deep rich voice which made them all swoon.
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strong
She spoke English with a strong French accent.
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deep
His voice was deep and mellow.
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loud
Suddenly there was a loud bang.
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resonant
He responded with a resonant laugh.
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sonorous
`Doctor McKee?' the man called in an even, sonorous voice.
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反义词
(副词) 
Definition
directly or right
She looked him full in the face.
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directly
The plane will fly the hostages directly back home.
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right
She'll be right down.
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straight
As always, we went straight to the experts for advice.
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squarely
I aimed the camera squarely at his face.
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bang (informal)
bang in the middle of the track
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slap bang (informal)

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其他同义词

in the sense of abounding
a garden abounding with colour
同义词
filled,
well-provided,
well-supplied,
two a penny,
thick on the ground,
bounteous,
superabundant,
in the sense of abundant
There is an abundant supply of cheap labour.
同义词
filled,
well-provided,
well-supplied,
two a penny,
thick on the ground,
bounteous,
in the sense of active
Definition
busy and energetic
Having an active youngster about the house can be quite wearing.
同义词
on the move,
on the go (informal)

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