Definition of full-fledged in English:

full-fledged

adjective

  • Completely developed or established; of full status.

    ‘coldlike symptoms that never quite develop into full-fledged colds’
    • ‘It will soon have a full-fledged release across the Netherlands with 25 to 30 prints.’
    • ‘When he approached her, he insisted on producing a full-fledged album, not just a songwriter's demo.’
    • ‘The unknowns have got a full-fledged identity during past 13 years of armed activities in Kashmir.’
    • ‘We have a full-fledged war going on against these terrorist financing organizations.’
    • ‘Appearing in a full-fledged magazine format, it covers almost every aspect related to radio stations.’
    • ‘In her writing, she insisted that we confront ideas in their full-fledged complexity.’
    • ‘For the animal lovers, there is a full-fledged article on elephants, which are part of all temple festivals.’
    • ‘He has been asked to submit a proposal so that the Government can initiate steps for a full-fledged excavation at the site.’
    • ‘Walking can take you from those first few weeks after delivery into a full-fledged fitness plan.’
    • ‘We need to make it as easy as possible, rather than have a full-fledged war.’
    • ‘Hence, war - limited or full-fledged - as an option must be ruled out at least for the present.’
    • ‘I think that we're asking a lot of these countries to be full-fledged nation states.’
    • ‘They argue the existing avenues are no substitute for a full-fledged appeal division of the refugee board.’
    • ‘We all know what anger is, and we've all felt it: whether as a fleeting annoyance or as full-fledged rage.’
    • ‘It was an awards ceremony that ran the length of a full-fledged feature film.’
    • ‘There is a need for a full-fledged inquiry into its background, planning, execution and retreat.’
    • ‘Local music in Nagaland is fast becoming a full-fledged industry thanks to the efforts of music lovers in the state.’
    • ‘A full-fledged pharmacy was also operated to provide medicines prescribed by the doctors free of cost.’
    • ‘Now the U.S. is returning to space, and it's going to be a full-fledged media spectacle.’
    • ‘The long-term plan of the bank is to convert such offices into full-fledged branches or subsidiaries.’

Pronunciation

full-fledged

/ˈfʊl ˈˌflɛdʒd//ˈfo͝ol ˈˌflejd/