full-out
adjective Date: 14th century complete, total <
a full-out effort
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  • full-out — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective 1. : flush left used of a typeset or typewritten line 2. : complete, total a full out war effort * * * fullˈ out adjective 1. At full power 2. Total …   Useful english dictionary

  • full out — 1) as much or as far as possible; with maximum effort or power he held his foot to the floor until the car raced full out 2) Printing flush with the margin * * * full out : with as much effort as possible He was running full out. see also ↑full… …   Useful english dictionary

  • full out — as fast as you can go, flat out, full tilt    He was skating full out, but he couldn t catch Messier …   English idioms

  • full out — 1. adjective With maximum effort. 2. adverb With maximum effort. Syn: all out, full tilt, full throttle …   Wiktionary

  • full out — /ˈfʊl aʊt/ (say fool owt) adjective 1. written out in full. 2. Printing not indented …   Australian English dictionary

  • full out — 1》 with maximum effort or power. 2》 Printing flush with the margin. → full …   English new terms dictionary

  • Full-out — Без отступа (о наборе) …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • full — Ⅰ. full [1] ► ADJECTIVE 1) containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space. 2) (full of) having a large number or quantity of. 3) not lacking or omitting anything; complete. 4) (full of) unable to stop talking or… …   English terms dictionary

  • full-scale — [adj] total, all out all encompassing, comprehensive, exhaustive, extensive, fullblown*, full dress*, full out*, in depth, major, proper, sweeping, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, unlimited, wide ranging; concepts 531,772 Ant. incomplete,… …   New thesaurus

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