- adj. 满的；充满的；完全的
- n. 全部；极点
- adv. 非常；直接地
- vt. 使衣服宽松；增厚
- 满的,装满的 holding as much as it can
- 完全的,充分的,完整的 complete; with nothing missing
the time when the Moon is fully illuminated;
"the moon is at the full"
containing as much or as many as is possible or normal;
"a full glass"
"a sky full of stars"
"a full life"
"the auditorium was full to overflowing"
constituting the full quantity or extent; complete;
"an entire town devastated by an earthquake"
"gave full attention"
"a total failure"
complete in extent or degree and in every particular;
"a full game"
"a total eclipse"
"a total disaster"
filled to satisfaction with food or drink;
"a full stomach"
(of sound) having marked deepness and body;
"a full voice"
having the normally expected amount;
"gives full measure"
"gives good measure"
"a good mile from here"
being at a peak or culminating point;
having ample fabric;
"the current taste for wide trousers"
"a full skirt"
to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form);
"he didn't fully understand"
"knew full well"
beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening;
"full the cloth"
make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering
increase in phase;
"the moon is waxing"
- Hotels are often full in season
- He gave a boring speech full of stale jokes.
- The bottle is full of water.
- The roses are in full bloom.
- Sign your name in full.
- The moon can't always be at the full.
- They knew full well that he wouldn't keep his promise.
- Henry hit him full in the face.
- The train was crowded to its full capacity.
- You must accept full responsibility if anything happens to the child.
- I have been told the full truth.
- Sooner or later you'll know the full truth of the matter.
- The troops were placed on full alert.
- The labourers should get the full result of their labour.
- He works only half time but draws full salary.
- A woman worker on maternity leave draws full pay.
- A full deck comprises 54 cards.
- Please write down your full name and address.
- His style has attained to full maturity in this novel.
- She always turns the radio at full blast.
- We're working full blast to complete the order before the holidays.
- The visiting president was received with full honours.
- The time will come when we are reaping the full benefits of North Sea oil.
- Reading makes a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.
读书使人充实; 交谈使人敏捷; 写作使人严谨。
- He has a very full programme for his visit to London.
- I submit that full proof should be required.
- We should bring all positive factors into full play.
- He was admitted into their fullest confidence.
- A fuller account will be given later.
- Everybody has a right to a full life.
- You can't go swimming on a full stomach.
- The peach trees are in full blossom.
- The contest is in full swing.
- The motor boat is travelling at full speed.
- It's a full four miles to the station.
- He has been away for a full year now.
- The doctor has a very full day before him.
- The machine operates with full capacity.
- You can't put any more liquid into a full bottle.
- The phases of the moon include the new and the full moon.
- Why does grandmother always give you the full glass of orange drink?
- It is rude to speak with your mouth full.
- This bag of flour is only half full.
- My cup is full.
- The car was full but I squeezed in any way.
- The buses, all of which were already full, were surrounded by an angry crowd.
- All the cafes were full.
- The theatre is full,I'm afraid you'll have to wait for the next show.
- The theatre was full when they got there.
- The seats are all full.
- The plane held about 80 people, and was nearly full.
- All the car parks are absolutely full.
- It's not correct to speak while one's mouth particular is full.
- I'm full, thank you.
- I can't eat any more,I'm full up.
- A comprehensive description is one that is full and complete.
- The medical book is very full on the subject of children's diseases.
- My hands are full.
- Her face was full, when she was younger, now it's much thinner.
- The boy is full in the face.
- He was full on that point.
- The drawer was full up with old clothes.
- After the storm, the holes in the road were full up with rainwater.
- My basket is so full that I can't carry it.
- The coffee is so full that it might spill over .
- His letter is so full of implications that one has to read between the lines.
- full of
充满 holding as much as can
be full of sb/sth
The hall was full of people.
Don't trust him, he is full of craft.
The party was full of couples, with no single people.
The closet was full of piles of old books.
My drawer is full of pens, books, and the like.
The box was full of sand.
The harbour was full of all kinds of craft.
After the storm, the holes in the road were full of rainwater.
The sky is full of stars.
The papers were suddenly full of news about England.
She was full of the news.
Mary's heart was full of distress.
My grandfather's life was full of trials and tribulations.
Life is full of worries.
You should not trust him, he is full of hatred for kind people.
His heart is full of goodwill to all men.
The men were full of indignation because they thought their friend had been unjustly punished.
In war a soldier's life is full of danger.
At night the city is full of dangers.
The children were full of excitement at the thought of their coming holiday.
A team which is full of enthusiasm is more likely to win.
His speech was full of striking thoughts.
These books were full of the scientific thought in the 19th century.
She is full of graces.
Ask him, he's always full of ideas.
He died in 1900, full of years and honours.
She's full of vitality.
The lake is full of aquatic products.
The field was deserted and full of weeds.
The sculpture is true to life and full of vitality.
The woods were full of game, but now you can hardly find any.
The dictionary is full of useful examples.
Joe would be a nice boy if he would stop being so full of himself.
Being full of his own concerns, the egoist never gave a thought to others.
Some people are too full of their own troubles to care about the difficulties of others.
She's always full of her own importance.
He's full of his coming journey to America.
他心里只想即将到来的美国之旅。n\u002e+full of sth
She is a woman full of jealous.
My father wrote me a letter full of his paternal love for me.
He is an aspiring, ambitious young man full of enthusiasm and vitality.
Xi'an is an ancient city full of treasures and saintly relics.
- full to
满满的 holding or containing as many as possible; completely filled
full to sth
The glass was full to the brim.
这玻璃杯已经倒满了。full to v-ing
The granaries are full to bursting.
The bag is full to bursting.
The glass is full to overflowing.
The suitcase is full to overflowing.
The dictionary is full to overflowing with new words.
- full audience 满座的观众
- full brothers 亲兄弟
- full bus 满载乘客的公共汽车
- full cargo 满载的货物
- full daylight 大白天
- full details 详细叙述
- full dress 盛装
- full glass of wine 一满杯酒
- full harvest 丰收
- full house 客满
- full information 详细的资料
- full life 有丰富经历的一生
- full marks 满分
- full maturity 完全成熟
- full meal 丰盛的一餐
- full membership 正式成员
- full mobilization 充分的动员
- full name 全名
- full notes 详细记录
- full pay 全薪
- full potency 最大潜力
- full power 全权
- full professor 〈正〉教授
- full report 详尽的报道
- full speed 全速
- full statement 详尽的声明
- full stomach 吃饱了肚子
- full stop 句号
- full supply 充足的供应
- full text 全文
- full tide 满潮
- full view 全景
- full voice 洪亮深沉的声音
The sink had been blocked for several days and was full of..water.出自： I. Murdoch
The hotels were full or would not let me in.出自： S. Beckett
- full of的意思是“充满…的”,在句中作表语或后置定语。
- full to表示“到…程度”, to是介词,其后接名词或动名词。
- full of, full up with
- 这两个短语的共同意思是“充满…”。其区别仅在于:full up with多用于口语。
- full of, filled with
- The bottle is full of〔filled with〕 water.瓶内装满了水。
- Soon the hall was filled with〔full of〕 people.不久,大厅里就挤满了人。
- be full of指的是“充满的”这一状态,而(be) filled with通常指动作。例如:
- The theatre is full of people.
- The theatre filled with people.
误 They were full with joy.
正 They were full of joy.
正 They were filled with joy.他脑子里充满计谋。
误 His head was full with clever ideas.
正 His head was full of clever ideas.
正 His head was filled with clever ideas.楼下的房间已经挤满了人。
误 The downstairs rooms were already full with people.
正 The downstairs rooms were already full of people.
正 The downstairs rooms were already filled with people.
析 表示“充满”,可以用be full of或be filled with,不可说be full with。这个饼的表面被芝麻所覆盖。
误 The cake is full of sesame seeds.
正 The cake is covered with sesame seeds.他满头都是汗。
误 His head is full of sweat.
正 His head is covered with sweat.
析 be full of指内部充满某物,其后接的名词或代词只能指装入某容器或房舍中的人或物,或者能容纳于某物之中的事物。be full of不能指表面沾满某物。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的full，意为完全的。