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in full

In, to, or for the total or requisite amount; without reduction, omission, or curtailment. Make sure there are enough funds in the bank so that the contractors can be paid in full. The president's speech is being made available in full to the public.
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in full

Completely, as in His talk covered the subject in full, or The debt was repaid in full. [Mid-1500s]
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in ˈfull

completely; with nothing missing: I paid the debt in full.The programme reported on the latest developments in full. OPPOSITE: in part
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