One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
To the greatest possible extent.‘enjoy your free trip to Europe to the full’
fully, thoroughly, completely, to the utmost, to capacity, to the limit, to the maximum, for all one's worth, with a vengeance, with all the stops outView synonyms
- ‘He farmed all his life until his retirement a few years ago, and he was a man who enjoyed those years to the full.’
- ‘The environment is stimulating and every boy has the opportunity to develop his potential to the full.’
- ‘It puts a lot of pressure on people to be other than they actually are which stops them living and enjoying their lives to the full.’
- ‘Every young person must be allowed to develop his or her skills and creativeness to the full.’
- ‘She also told the magazine that she intends to experience her visit to the Glastonbury Festival to the full.’
- ‘He said also there had to be commitment to use the facility to the full in order to make the venture a success.’
- ‘I also had to swear to work hard for first class honours, while participating to the full in university life.’
- ‘The service will of course be available for everyone and it is hoped that it will be used to the full.’
- ‘I have always said that I prefer to experience feelings to the full rather than shy away from them.’
- ‘Matthew, the youngest of three children, was described by his father as a livewire who lived life to the full.’
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