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to the full

To the greatest degree or extent; thoroughly. Everyone enjoyed the performance to the full. I have studied the works of Chaucer to the full.
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to the full

Also, to the fullest. To the maximum extent, completely, as in He had always lived life to the full. [Late 1300s]
See also: full