full-sized


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full-sized

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full-size

adj
1. of actual size; life-sized
2. of a large or the largest size
Translations

full-sized

[ˌfʊlˈsaɪzd] ADJde tamaño normal

full-sized

[ˌfʊlˈsaɪzd] full-size [ˌfʊlˈsaɪz] adj (full-grown) → adulto/a; (portrait, model) → a grandezza naturale
References in classic literature ?
Throat she had none; waist she had none; legs she had none, worth mentioning; for though she was more than full-sized down to where her waist would have been, if she had had any, and though she terminated, as human beings generally do, in a pair of feet, she was so short that she stood at a common-sized chair as at a table, resting a bag she carried on the seat.
The thing was extremely small, even for me, and I can hardly imagine that it could have floated with a full-sized man.
The whole line (CD) will be rather shorter perhaps than that of a full-sized Woman, and will shade off more rapidly towards its extremities; but the identity of the colours would give you an immediate impression of identity of Class, making you neglectful of other details.
It is of no use trying him with anything less than a full-sized "bread" or proposing to him any joint in cut unless it is in the very best cut.
He was close shaved, after the manner of our peasants; and the entire mask was to be seen disengaged, all its admirable lines free, commanded by a full-sized nose, below which the good, thick lips were smiling, full of kindness.
I looked over his plans, listened to his arguments, inspected his working model--and then, convinced, I advanced the funds necessary to construct a full-sized, practical prospector.
The other, a full-sized, sleek, well-conditioned gentleman, in a blue coat with bright buttons, and a white cravat.
You've several full-sized drunks right there," he insinuated.
But the groan was a full-sized groan, and the cough was but a wheeze.
Pending this ceremony, I walked into the village, where I met a full-sized dwelling-house coming down-hill at a round trot, drawn by a score or more of oxen.
Uttering this last panegyrie, Master Bates produced, from one of his extensive pockets, a full-sized wine-bottle, carefully corked; while Mr.
Here the old gentleman got out and helped out the old lady, and then took from under the seat a nosegay resembling in shape and dimensions a full-sized warming-pan with the handle cut short off.