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full-fledged

1. Fully developed or accomplished in a particular area. Sean has really become a full-fledged athlete during his high school career, and I think it's something he'll continue in college.
2. Having achieved the full status of one's title. After so many years of schooling, I can barely believe that I'm now a full-fledged doctor!
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In September 2014, Pakistan and India officially applied for full-fledged membership in the organization.
Japan and North Korea held bilateral abduction talks last November in Pyongyang, but no full-fledged negotiations have been held since.
Soy protein has already earned one full-fledged FDA health claim for heart benefits.
That doesn't mean, of course, that China is embracing a full-fledged market system, let alone civil liberties or popular self-government.
We're glad to be a part of it, working closely with PAZ to help create a full-fledged electronics recycling industry.
King of the Road MVP Johnny Layton got the greenlight, and is now a full-fledged member of the Toy Machine.
Hardman, who has two business partners, says if you're interested in entering the automotive business think carefully about whether you want to do detailing, accessories, or full-fledged manufacturing.
To appeal to customers more interested in off-roading (or the off-roading image) Ford turned its special edition four-wheel-drive FX4 into a full-fledged trim level.
permeates the last three works: the nostalgic Ehemals ("Old Times"), the dark and plodding Ungarisch ("Hungarian," supposedly an autobiographical sketch) and Polnisch (a mazurka in B-flat minor that erupts into a full-fledged tone poem).
Many observers believe it may be a precursor to a full-fledged voucher plan, something the church has long sought in Louisiana.
Full-fledged consolidated management is essential to accelerate the increase in the corporate value of the Hitachi Group within an environment shaped by intense competition.
Toronto--On February 23, 2001, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that the Metis are a full-fledged aboriginal people with constitutional rights that compare to those of First Nations.
And, if a full-fledged commute isn't feasible, consider a truncated, midday or alternative run to celebrate the day.
It celebrated the growing use of low-molecular-weight oligomers that flow like water until they are catalyzed in the mold to form full-fledged polymers.
Not a whole lot of spaces could physically accommodate a full-fledged Kruger retrospective; the Geffen can.