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What Does full Mean

The etymological origin of the full term that we are now dealing with is found in Latin. Specifically, it emanates from "plenus", which can be translated as "complete" or "full".
This adjective refers to what is full .

For example: "As the hotel restaurant was full, we had to go to dinner elsewhere" , "When the woman went to look for the pants, she found it full of holes because of the moths" , "The book is full of mysteries whose resolution the reader gets to know as the pages go ” .
In addition to those already mentioned, we can state that there are other terms that can also function fully as synonyms. We are referring to saturated, crowded, crowded, bloated, crowded, congested or infested. On the contrary, among its antonyms are empty, lacking or unoccupied.

A place is full when it cannot accommodate or receive more people . The site therefore reached the limit of its capacity. Suppose a stadium has space for 25,000 spectators. When that many people enter the venue to enjoy a sporting event, the stadium in question fills up: it is not possible for more individuals to enter.
If something has an abundance or profusion of some element , it is said that it is full of said thing: "Gómez is a player full of technical resources who, according to specialized journalists, will soon become a figure in world football" , "The The Brazilian singer's new album is full of slow songs, although it also includes some more moving songs " , " This country is full of beautiful landscapes . "
An individual is full, on the other hand, when he has completely satiated his hunger . This means that he is not in a condition to continue eating: "I'm full, I can't eat another slice of pizza" , "Uncle Jorge ate four hamburgers and says he's not full yet ..." , "I was full after that great plate of noodles ” .
In the same way, we cannot ignore the fact that there is a television series that carries the term we are dealing with in its title. We are referring to “Full, please”. It is a Spanish production in the key of comedy that aired on Antena 3 in the 90s.
Vicente Escrivá was the creator of this series, which takes place at a gas station located on the outskirts of a small town. That is run by a man and his wife. His daughter and two employees also work there. And all of them will experience the most bizarre situations in that business due to the people who pass through it every day.
The cast of this production was made up of renowned actors such as Alfredo Landa, Beatriz Carvajal, Lydia Bosch, Micky Molina and Jesús Cisneros.
On the other hand, we cannot forget the story “A book full of errors”, which is the work of Corinna Luyken and which tries to show that mistakes can lead to the best opportunities.

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