Being at full strength - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be at full strength
To be at the maximum strength, capacity, or level of power or ability. It took a while, but I'm finally back at full strength after my injury. Now that the army is at full strength, our enemies don't stand a chance against us.
be at/below full ˈstrength have/not have the necessary number of people to do something: We’re working below strength at the moment; it’s not easy to deliver all the orders on time. ♢ When we’re working at full strength, we employ 600 people.