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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]
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to the full

to the greatest possible extent.
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to the ˈfull

as completely or as much as possible: You’ll be able to enjoy life to the full again after your operation.
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Tom lay upon a sofa with an eager audi- tory about him and told the history of the wonderful adventure, putting in many striking additions to adorn it withal; and closed with a description of how he left Becky and went on an exploring expedition; how he followed two avenues as far as his kite-line would reach; how he followed a third to the fullest stretch of the kite-line, and was about to turn back when he glimpsed a far-off speck that looked like daylight; dropped the line and groped toward it, pushed his head and shoulders through a small hole, and saw the broad Mississippi rolling by
Yesterday, we welcomed Spring on PK 304, sharing gifts and our passengers participated to the fullest.
The designated terrorist should be "prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law," State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert responded to a question on the Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi decision not to prosecute Saeed.
TheUnitedStateshas said that the banned Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) Chief Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as Washington regards him as a terrorist.
At the age of 64, Jim was still living every day to the fullest.
A Yes vote would create a need to establish, maintain and develop independence to the fullest extent.
Total quantity or scope: Healthcare para-medical transport annual requirements ranging at least 10 patients and 20 patients to the fullest.
Living life to the fullest is embracing life for what it is: good points and bad points, happiness and hurt, pain and triumph alike.
The Hard Road to Staying Thin, Healthy and Youthful, While Enjoying Life and Food to the Fullest
1 : being such to the fullest degree : complete <a thorough search>
Using her own experiences, she tells of her own more risque exploits in trying to live her life to the fullest and seeking the enlightenment and wholeness that so eludes us all.
Harris told People in early November that he was "a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love.
We intend to use her talents to the fullest extent.
World renowned cyclist, Lance Armstrong recalls the years following his recovery from cancer, victories in five Tour de France races, and shares the importance of living each day to the fullest.
Bond was speaking on The News Hour with Jim Lehrer about the National Security Agency's phone-record collection program, and he said that government agencies "meticulously keep the privacy of American citizens protected to the fullest extent of the law.