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quid

  
[2]  
      n   pl   , quid  
1      (Brit)   a slang word for pound (sterling)  
2    (be) quids in     (Brit)  
slang   to be in a very favourable or advantageous position  
3    not the full quid            (Austral. and N.Z.)  
slang   mentally subnormal  
     (C17: of obscure origin)  
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full   [1]  
      adj  
1    holding or containing as much as possible; filled to capacity or near capacity  
2    abundant in supply, quantity, number, etc.  
full of energy     
3    having consumed enough food or drink  
4    (esp. of the face or figure) rounded or plump; not thin  
5    prenominal   with no part lacking; complete  
a full dozen     
6    prenominal   with all privileges, rights, etc.; not restricted  
a full member     
7    prenominal   of, relating to, or designating a relationship established by descent from the same parents  
full brother     
8    filled with emotion or sentiment  
a full heart     
9    postpositive; foll by: of   occupied or engrossed (with)  
full of his own projects     
10      (Music)  
a    powerful or rich in volume and sound  
b    completing a piece or section; concluding  
a full close     
11    (of a garment, esp. a skirt) containing a large amount of fabric; of ample cut  
12    (of sails, etc.) distended by wind  
13    (of wine, such as a burgundy) having a heavy body  
14    (of a colour) containing a large quantity of pure hue as opposed to white or grey; rich; saturated  
15    Informal   drunk  
16      (Nautical)      another term for       close-hauled  
17    full of pride or conceit; egoistic  
18    filled to capacity  
the cinema was full up     
19    (esp. of a pack of hounds) in hot pursuit of quarry  
20    at the height of activity  
the party was in full swing     
      adv  
21   
a    completely; entirely  
b    (in combination)  
full-grown, full-fledged     
22    exactly; directly; right  
he hit him full in the stomach     
23    very; extremely (esp. in the phrase full well)  
24    full out   with maximum effort or speed  
      n  
25    the greatest degree, extent, etc.  
26      (Brit)   a ridge of sand or shingle along a seashore  
27    in full   without omitting, decreasing, or shortening  
we paid in full for our mistake     
28    to the full   to the greatest extent; thoroughly; fully  
      vb  
29    tr     (Needlework)   to gather or tuck  
30    intr   (of the moon) to be fully illuminated  
     (Old English; related to Old Norse fullr, Old High German foll, Latin plenus, Greek pleres; see fill)  
  fullness     (esp. U.S.)  
  fulness      n  

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full

  
1    brimful, brimming, bursting at the seams, complete, entire, filled, gorged, intact, loaded, replete, sated, satiated, satisfied, saturated, stocked, sufficient  
2    abundant, adequate, all-inclusive, ample, broad, comprehensive, copious, detailed, exhaustive, extensive, generous, maximum, plenary, plenteous, plentiful, thorough, unabridged  
3    chock-a-block, chock-full, crammed, crowded, in use, jammed, occupied, packed, taken  
4    clear, deep, distinct, loud, resonant, rich, rounded  
5    baggy, balloon-like, buxom, capacious, curvaceous, large, loose, plump, puffy, rounded, voluminous, voluptuous  
6    in full      completely, in its entirety, in total, in toto, without exception  
7    to the full      completely, entirely, fully, thoroughly, to the utmost, without reservation  
  
Antonyms     
   abridged, blank, devoid, empty, exhausted, faint, incomplete, limited, partial, restricted, thin, tight, vacant, void  


full-blooded     
ballsy     (taboo slang)   gutsy     (slang)   hearty, lusty, mettlesome, red-blooded, vigorous, virile  
full-blown  
1    advanced, complete, developed, entire, full, full-scale, full-sized, fully developed, fully fledged, fully formed, fully grown, progressed, total, whole  
2    blossoming, flowering, full, in full bloom, opened out, unfolded  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    dormant, latent, potential, undeveloped  
full-bodied     
fruity, full-flavoured, heady, heavy, mellow, redolent, rich, strong, well-matured  
full-grown     
adult, developed, full-fledged, grown-up, in one's prime, marriageable, mature, nubile, of age, ripe  
  
Antonyms     
   adolescent, green, premature, undeveloped, unfledged, unformed, unripe, untimely, young  
full-scale     
all-encompassing, all-out, comprehensive, exhaustive, extensive, full-dress, in-depth, major, proper, sweeping, thorough, thoroughgoing, wide-ranging  

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v.
to use something (an object or a substance) in a new way: not the same as "recycle"
can sometimes be translated as "détourner"
exp.
non, pas encore
v.
A culture of internet only jobs has coined the phrase Wirk. Wirk simply means Internet Work. Internet work is defined by job opportunities that did not exist before the rise of the internet and furthermore the work is likely to be carried out over the internet and payment received for work undertaken via the internet. Wirk describes both full time and part time internet work. Because of the nature of Wirk and the ability for anyone that has internet connection to earn money from Wirk, it is currently more likely to be a part time occupation than full time. Paid Online Questionnaires, Content Writing, Search Marketing are all examples of Wirk.
This is a term rising in popularity
exp.
absolutely not; not in this lifetime
Slang expression used mostly in 19th century
exp.
not an easy task
id.
expression used to show full agreement on smth.
exp.
a humorous way of saying that someone doesn't like or love the speaker.
[Hum.] E.g.: You've seen the way she treated me last time we met. It's clear: she loves me not.
exp.
not right; out of order; not functioning properly
adj.
(about persons) not to be trusted; dangerous
exp.
be/not be interested in getting married and having a family
v.
not to include something
I want to try a diet that excludes dairy products.
n.
something not worthy; something of poor quality; a crap
[Slang] This book is a bag of wank, I am disappointed.
exp.
not matter; have no value or effect; be useless
n.
Free On Board: A legal term meaning that when the seller loads merchandise for transportation, he bears full responsibility for it but if the merchandise is later lost or harmed, the buyer suffers the loss.
id.
At a point where you know you have to make a decision that not only effects your life, not only the life of the objects you love but the ones that you consider as well. More than one crux will certainly cause an individual to have a dilemma or two.
n.
a group to vote for as a whole, not by individuals.
a term used on voting ballots
n.
a person who does not care too much about the others, a little rude, assertive
[Fam.]
v.
meet people on a chat on Internet or via e-mail or social networks. meet virtually and not physically
INTERNET
n.
someone who does not use high-technology items or services on a daily basis
[Slang] "Amish" is the name of a religious group arisen in the 16th century, that resists modern world's changes (including technology, fashion etc.)
n.
a lengthy commercial (frequently of a half-hour or hour's duration) parading as information or a documentary, though not necessarily presented by a celebrity.
n.
addendum to a contract in general that you do not wish for everyone to see
[Leg.]
n.
an ambitious woman who thinks her career really matters more than many things and is not willing to compromise on it
n.
a brief moment when one does not remember something or is confused
exp.
do not take into account, disregard, ignore on purpose, avoid, dismiss
E.g: His boss asked him for a report, but he gave it the go-by.
exp.
neighborhood considered dangerous, where it's not recommended to go, especially as an outsider
exp.
expression used when referring to something that is unlikely to happen soon (not in the time interval that one can resist holding his breath)
E.g.: "Will the economy recover any soon?" - "Don't hold your breath."
exp.
wait for something, usually linked to a previous event, to happen; expect something that can not be avoided to happen
exp.
a humorous way of saying that something is not needed at all
[Hum.];[Iron.]
id.
expression meaning that one should not criticize someone else for a mistake that he/she also makes or a flaw that he/she also has

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