full
adjective
  1. with as much inside it as possible

    Examples
    • The train was full of commuters.

    • Is the container full yet?

    • We sent a lorry full of spare parts to our warehouse.

    • When the disk is full, don't forget to make a backup copy.

  2. complete, including everything

"...a tax-free lump sum can be taken partly in lieu of a full pension" [Investors Chronicle]

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