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What is the meaning of full in Hindi?

Meaning of full in Hindi is : से पूर्ण

Definition of word full

  • Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available. (adjective)
  • Complete; with nothing omitted. (adjective)
  • Total, entire. (adjective)
  • Having eaten to satisfaction, having a "full" stomach; replete. (adjective)
  • Of a garment, of a size that is ample, wide, or having ample folds or pleats to be comfortable. (adjective)
  • Having depth and body; rich. (adjective)
  • Quite; thoroughly; completely; exactly; entirely. (adverb)
  • Utmost measure or extent; highest state or degree; the state, position, or moment of fullness; fill. (noun)
  • The phase of the moon when it is entire face is illuminated, full moon. (noun)
  • To baptise. (verb)
  • To make cloth denser and firmer by soaking, beating and pressing, to waulk, walk (verb)

Examples of word full

  • Start out slowly and don't drink a whole blender full if you are not currently getting THIS much fiber in your diet, or you will have some major gastrointestinal issues .... build yourself up to drinking a whole blender full~ Health Benefits of Green Smoothies 1 Natural Weight Loss Drinking a green smoothie is the best thing you can do to loose weight.
  • We were in Airlie for three full days, and made sure they were indeed * full* days.
  • Your full retire - protection (as discussed in April's newsletter), most ment age is 65 to 67, de - investors are taking the "glass pending on the year you half full" approach as consumer confidence has also improved were born.
  • (Chihiro Shindou @ "ef - a tale of memories.") 2位 210票 八代菜々香@Myself; Yourself (Nanaka Yatsushiro @ "Myself; Yourself") 3位 185票 鳥飼葉月@スケッチブック 〜 full color's 〜 (Hazuki Torikai @ "Sketchbook ~full color's~")
  • The coalition says it will: • take steps to open up government procurement and reduce costs; • publish government ICT contracts online. • create a level playing field for open-source software and will enable large ICT projects to be split into smaller components. • require full, online disclosure of all central government spending and contracts over £25,000. • create a new 'right to data' so that government-held datasets can be requested and used by the public, and then published on a regular basis• require all councils to publish meeting minutes and local service and performance data• require all councils to publish items of spending above £500, and to publish contracts and tender documents in full• ensure that all data published by public bodies is published in an open and standardised format, so that it can be used easily and with minimal cost by third parties.


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