full po angielsku
adj. holding its complete capacity; complete; abundant; well-stocked; satiated (i.e. hunger); large; engrossed, occupied
adv. straight, directly; very; completely, entirely
We have a car just for us! We were happy, excited and full of expectations!
Spain is a country full of delicious food, weird foo… but above all they are very funny if you discover them with your friends or your family in your next holiday.
Morocco is a country full of wonderful places.
Now, I had all the whole summer in front of me, full of plans, near to the beach and with many friends to have fun with.
The bus was already a big party. It was full of young people that wanted to party.
What were all these things for? Little by little, we walked until we arrived to the center of the village, it was almost full of people.
By the end, I was full of tomatoes from top to bottom, I was red like if I was a tomato myself.
Everything was very green, very alive,full of forests and cows, that produce some of the best milk in Europe.
It is a country full of places dedicated to leisure and fun.
By the end, I was full of tomatoes from the top to the bottom, I was red as if I was a tomato myself.
1. occupied: assigned, reserved, taken
2. brimming: teeming, big, laden, brimful, voluminous, saturated, jam-packed
3. abundant: complete, copious, ample, bounteous, plentiful, plenteous, sufficient
4. broad: unlimited, extensive
5. resonant: rounded, throaty, deep, loud
6. loose: flapping, baggy, flowing
7. mature: grown, entire, complete