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英和・和英

full

参照:研究社

(full・er; full・est)
1
 a 〈容器など〉(ほぼ)いっぱいの,満ちた; (比較なし)満杯の,あふれるほどの.
 b 【叙述的用法の形容詞】 〔+of+(代)名〕〔…で〕いっぱいで; (比較なし)あふれて.
 c 〈乗り物・場所など〉満員の,満載の.
 d 【叙述的用法の形容詞】 〔+of+(代)名〕〔人・もので〕いっぱいで,混雑して,満載で.
 e 《口語》 満腹の; 胸いっぱいの.
 f 【叙述的用法の形容詞】 〔+of+(代)名〕〔…で〕頭がいっぱいになって,〔…に〕夢中になって.
2
 a 【限定用法の形容詞】 [数・量を表わす語とともに用いて] まる(まる).
 b 十分な,盛りの,満…の.
 c 【限定用法の形容詞】 (比較なし)(資格が)正式の.
3 【限定用法の形容詞】 (比較なし)最高の,最大限の,精いっぱいの.
4
 a たくさんの,豊かな,たっぷりの.
 b 充実した.
 c (内容が)いっぱいの,つまった.
 d 【叙述的用法の形容詞】 〔+of+(代)名〕〔…が〕多くて,たくさんいて.
5
 a 〈形・体型・顔など〉ふっくらした,豊満な; 太った.
 b 【叙述的用法の形容詞】 〔+in+(代)名〕〔…が〕ふっくらして; 太って.
 c 〈衣服が〉ゆとりのある,だぶだぶの,ゆるやかな.
6 【限定用法の形容詞】
 a 〈声量が〉豊かな.
 b 〈ぶどう酒が〉こくのある
7 〈兄弟が〉同父母の.
8 【航海, 海語】〈帆が〉風をはらんだ; 〈船が〉帆に風をはらませた.
9 《英俗》 酔った.

形容詞としての「full」のイディオムやフレーズ

(at) fúll blást
(at) fúll léngth
(at) fúll tílt
còme fúll círcle
fúll fáce
fúll of béans
fúll of hónors
fúll of yéars
fúll tíme
fúll úp
in fúll crý
in fúll swíng


(比較なし)
1 きっかり,ちょうど,まともに.
2
 a [full well で] 非常に.
 b [形容詞・副詞を修飾して] 《文語》 まったく,非常に.
3 [数量詞に伴って] 十分に,まる… 《★現在では fully を用いる》.
【不可算名詞】
1 全部; 十分 《★【用法】 whole のほうが一般的》.
2 (季節・月などの)真っ盛り,絶頂.

不可算名詞としての「full」のイディオムやフレーズ

at the fúll
in fúll
to the fúll

【他動詞】
〈衣服・そでなどを〉たっぷり[だぶだぶ]に作る.

〈月が〉満ちる.

古期英語から; 【副詞】 fully,【名詞】 fullness
【他動詞】
(洗ったり蒸したりして)〈…の〉布目[布地]を密にする,〈…を〉縮充する.

音節full発音記号・読み方fʊ́l変化~・er; ~・est~s{~z}; ~ed{~d}; ~・ing
コア(容器が)満ちた「容器が満ちた,いっぱいの」という意味から「全部の,完全な」「内容的に充実した」へと展開いっぱいの▷形容詞1ab
満腹の▷形容詞1c
全部の▷形容詞2a
まるまるの▷形容詞2b
豊かな▷形容詞3
形容詞1a(容器などが)〈…で〉いっぱいの,満ちた;〈…で〉満員の〈of〉(←→empty)

 a glass full of wine
ワインで満たされたグラス
 The tank is half full.
タンクには半分入っている
 with one's eyes full of tears
目に涙をいっぱい浮かべて
 Don't speak with your mouth full.
口に物を入れたまましゃべるな
 a full train
満員電車
 The restaurant was full of customers.
レストランはお客でいっぱいだった

b〈物事で〉いっぱいの,満ちた;(胸・頭が)〈…で〉いっぱいの〈of〉

 Your report is full of mistakes.
君のレポートは間違いだらけだ
 That brochure is full of important information.
この小冊子には重要な情報がいっぱい掲載されている
 Life is full of hard things.
人生はつらいことでいっぱいだ
 She's full of energy.
彼女はエネルギーに満ちている
 My heart was too full for words.
私はことばが出ないほど胸がいっぱいだった

c((口))満腹の

 I'm full .
私はお腹がいっぱいだ

2a全部の,完全な

 the full text
全文
 a full apology
全面謝罪
 Give me a full explanation of what you did.
自分のやったことを全部説明してくれ
 Your full cooperation is expected.
あなたの全面的な協力が期待されています
 Write your full name, please.
フルネームで書いてください
 The cherry blossoms are in full bloom.
桜が満開だ

b((限定))(数・量が)まるまるの;(資格が)正規の

 a full ten kilometers
まるまる10キロメートル
 a full three years
まる3年
 get full marks for math((英))
数学で満点をとる
 a full member
正規会員
 a full professor((米))正教授(ふつうassociate professor
准教授以下と区別する場合に用いる)

3(中味・内容の)豊かな,充実した

 a full day
たくさんすることのある忙しい日
 lead a full life
充実した生活を送る
 Her life was full.
彼女の生活は充実していた

4(服などが)ゆったりした;(体・体の一部が)ふっくらした

 a full skirt
ゆったりとしたスカート
 a full figure
豊満な体つき(の人)(遠回しに肥満体のこと)
 full lips
厚いふっくらした唇
 She was full in the face.
彼女の顔はふっくらとしていた

5((限定))(声が)朗々とした,豊かな;(音・光などが快く)強烈な;(色・香りが)濃い;(ワインが)こくのある(rich)
成句be full of |oneself|
自分のことだけを考えている;うぬぼれている

 She was full of herself.
彼女は自分のことばかり考えていた[うぬぼれが強かった]

副詞1(位置・方向が)まともに;ちょうど

 My punch hit him full in the face.
私のパンチがまともに彼の顔に当たった

2非常に,十分に,完全に

 You know it full well.
君はそのことは十分よく知っている

名詞((ふつうthe ~))十分,全部;真っ盛り,絶頂
成句at the full
真っ盛りで[に]

 The tide is at the full.
今は満潮である

成句in full
すべて,略さずに;全額

 Please, write your name in full.
氏名を略さずに書いてください
 I want my salary to be paid in full.
給与を全額支払ってほしい

成句to the full [fullest]
十分に,心ゆくまで

 I always try to enjoy life to the fullest.
私はいつも人生をできるだけ楽しもうとしています

動詞自動詞(月が)満ちる
他動詞(服)を(ひだなどをつけて)ゆったりした感じに作る

【形容詞】
いっぱいの, 豊かな, ふっくらした, 満員の, 徹底した
用例She could only nod, because her mouth was full.
印欧語根
pel-満たしたり埋めることを表す印欧語根。
「豊富」「大勢」「多数」などの意。
1.fill, fullなどの由来として、いっぱいに満たすこと。
2.folkの由来として、人々。
3.pluralやplusなどに由来して、多量の。
4.語幹plyを持つ語(complete, supplyなど)の由来として、満たすこと。

【動詞】
(織物の製造過程で)(布目が)つまる
印欧語根
bhel-吹くこと、膨らむこと、転じて丸いものに関係することを表す。


full

参照:研究社

━【形容詞】
満ちて, いっぱいで; 完全な.
 ・a full version 完全版, フルバージョン《cf. demo version》
 ・The disk is full. ディスクが(データで)いっぱいである.

full

参照:日外アソシエーツ

【形容詞】
いっぱいの; 完全な
用例
the buffer becomes full
バッファが一杯になる
参照
 half(半分(の))

full

参照:科学技術振興機構

満杯; 満員

充満、充実

***** 共起表現
(比較級fuller-最上級fullest)
満ちた, 十分な, 全部の, 完全な, フルの
関連語
adequate, adequately, altogether, ample, amply, complete, completely, enough, entirely, fully, integral, perfect, perfectly, replete, richly, satisfactorily, sufficient, sufficiently, total, whole

full

参照:情報通信研究機構

【動詞】
1
段階を増やす
(increase in phase)
2
ひだをつけて、またはギャザーを寄せて(衣服)をふっくらさせる
(make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering)
3
洗浄および濃密化の目的で混ぜる
(beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening)
full the cloth 布を縮絨する
【副詞】
1
最大限に、またはできる限り
(to the greatest degree or extent)
fully grown すっかり成長して、生長しきった、十分に生長した
he didn't fully understand 彼は、完全にはわからなかった
knew full well よく知っていた
full-grown 完全に成長した
full-fledged 成熟した
【形容詞】
1
通常期待される量を持つ
(having the normally expected amount)
gives full measure たっぷり計る
2
布地が十分にある
(having ample fabric)
a full skirt ゆったりしたスカート
3
全数量か範囲を構成するさま
(constituting the full quantity or extent)
gave full attention 細心の注意を払った
4
程度、度合、とそれぞれの面において完成した
(complete in extent or degree and in every particular)
a full game フルゲーム
5
同じくらい多くの物を含むということは可能または普通のことである
(containing as much or as many as is possible or normal)
a full glass 満杯
a sky full of stars 満天の星
a full life 充実した生活
the auditorium was full to overflowing 行動は、完全にあふれかえっていた
6
ピークまたは最高点に達する点にある
(being at a peak or culminating point)
full summer 盛夏
7
際立った深さとボディーのあること(音の)
((of sound) having marked deepness and body)
full tones 豊かな音色
a full voice 豊かな声
8
食糧か飲み物で満足に満たされる
(filled to satisfaction with food or drink)
a full stomach 満腹
【名詞】
1
月が完全に照らされる時
(the time when the Moon is fully illuminated)
the moon is at the full 月は満ちている
「full」に関する類語一覧

full

参照:情報通信研究機構

縮充する;縮絨する;満ちる;一杯だ;充ちる

full

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訳語 じゅうぶんな;いっぱいの
訳語 お腹がいっぱい;お腹一杯
表現・場面 「胃がいっぱい」の意
訳語 お腹いっぱいです

full

参照:日外アソシエーツ

円満;丸;詳らか;全;満腔;一と廉;本;立派;総
満;一杯;十分

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満, 一杯, 1杯, 一ぱい, 1ぱい, 一盃, 満杯, 詳しい, 精しい, 委しい, 満幅, ぽんぽこ, ぽってり, 満員, たっぷり, 膨らか, 脹らか, フル, 膨よか, 脹よか, 満腹, 丸, 円, 全幅, 正味
充分な, ふくよかな, 〈詳細な〉・懇切な, 満々たる, 明細な, ふっくらした, 充実した, 全幅の
満員の

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full

参照:Wiktionary

発音

 enPR: fo͝ol, IPA(key): /fʊl/, [fʊɫ]
  韻: -ʊl

語源 1

From Middle English full, from 古期英語 full (“full”), from Proto-Germanic *fullaz (“full”), from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nós (“full”).
Germanic cognates include West Frisian fol, Low German vull, Dutch vol, German voll, Danish fuld, and Norwegian and Swedish full (the latter three via Old Norse). Proto-Indo-European cognates include English plenty (via Latin, compare plēnus), Welsh llawn, Russian по́лный (pólnyj), Lithuanian pilnas, Persian پر‎ (por), Sanskrit पूर्ण (pūrṇa). See also fele.

形容詞

full (comparative fuller, superlative fullest)
 Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available.
 1913, Joseph C. Lincoln, chapter 1, in Mr. Pratt's Patients:

'Twas early June, the new grass was flourishing everywheres, the posies in the yard—peonies and such—in full bloom, the sun was shining, and the water of the bay was blue, with light green streaks where the shoal showed.




The jugs were full to the point of overflowing.


 Complete; with nothing omitted.
 2013 July-August, Catherine Clabby, “Focus on Everything”, in American Scientist:

Not long ago, it was difficult to produce photographs of tiny creatures with every part in focus. […] A photo processing technique called focus stacking has changed that. Developed as a tool to electronically combine the sharpest bits of multiple digital images, focus stacking is a boon to biologists seeking full focus on a micron scale.




Our book gives full treatment to the subject of angling.


 Total, entire.

She had tattoos the full length of her arms.   He was prosecuted to the full extent of the law.


 (informal) Having eaten to satisfaction, having a "full" stomach; replete.

"I'm full," he said, pushing back from the table.


 Of a garment, of a size that is ample, wide, or having ample folds or pleats to be comfortable.

a full pleated skirt;   She needed her full clothing during her pregnancy.


 Having depth and body; rich.

a full singing voice

 (obsolete) Having the mind filled with ideas; stocked with knowledge; stored with information.
 Francis Bacon

Reading maketh a full man.

 Having the attention, thoughts, etc., absorbed in any matter, and the feelings more or less excited by it.

She's full of her latest project.

 John Locke

Everyone is full of the miracles done by cold baths on decayed and weak constitutions.

 Filled with emotions.
 Lowell

The heart is so full that a drop overfills it.

 (obsolete) Impregnated; made pregnant.
 Dryden

Ilia, the fair, […] full of Mars.

 (poker, postnominal) Said of the three cards of the same rank in a full house.

Nines full of aces = three nines and two aces (999AA).

I'll beat him with my kings full! = three kings and two unspecified cards of the same rank.

 (Australia) Drunk, intoxicated
同意語
 (containing the maximum possible amount): abounding, brimful, bursting, chock-a-block, chock-full, full up, full to bursting, full to overflowing, jam full, jammed, jam-packed, laden, loaded, overflowing, packed, rammed, stuffed
 (complete): complete, thorough
 (total): entire, total
 (satisfied, in relation to eating): glutted, gorged, sated, satiate, satiated, satisfied, stuffed
 (of a garment): baggy, big, large, loose, outsized, oversized, voluminous
 (drunk): See Thesaurus:drunk
反意語
 (containing the maximum possible amount): empty
 (complete): incomplete
 (total): partial
 (satisfied, in relation to eating): empty, hungry, starving
 (of a garment): close-fitting, small, tight, tight-fitting
派生語
 full as a goog
 full as a tick
 full beam
 full-blood
 fullblood
 full blood
 full-blown
 full-bodied
 full dress
 full-fledged
 full house
 fullish
 full marks
 full moon
 full name
 fullness
 full of beans
 full of oneself
 full-point
 full-scale
 fullscale
 fullsome (often a misspelling)
 full stop
 full-throated
 full to overflowing
 full to the gills
 fully
 half full
 overfull
 to the full
 
関連する語
 fill
 -ful
 fulfil
 fulsome
 fulth
 

副詞

full (not comparable)
 (archaic) Fully; quite; very; thoroughly; completely; exactly; entirely.
 c. 1610-11, William Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act I scene ii[1]:

Prospero:

I have done nothing but in care of thee,

Of thee, my dear one, thee, my daughter, who

Art ignorant of what thou art; naught knowing

Of whence I am, nor that I am more better

Than Prospero, master of a full poor cell,

And thy no greater father.

 (Can we date this quote?) Joseph Addison

[…] full in the centre of the sacred wood

 1819, John Keats, Otho the Great, Act IV, Scene I, verse 112

You know full well what makes me look so pale.

 (Can we date this quote?) Dante Gabriel Rosetti, William Blake, lines 9-12

This cupboard […] / this other one, / His true wife's charge, full oft to their abode / Yielded for daily bread the martyr's stone,

 1874, James Thomson, The City of Dreadful Night, IX

It is full strange to him who hears and feels, / When wandering there in some deserted street, / The booming and the jar of ponderous wheels, […]

 1910, Emerson Hough, chapter I, in The Purchase Price: Or The Cause of Compromise, Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, OCLC 639762314, page 0045:





Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes. […] She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, […].

派生語
 full well

語源 2

From Middle English fulle, fylle, fille, from 古期英語 fyllu, fyllo (“fullness, fill, plenty”), from Proto-Germanic *fullį̄, *fulnō (“fullness, filling, overflow”), from Proto-Indo-European *plūno-, *plno- (“full”), from *pelh₁-, *pleh₁- (“to fill; full”). Cognate with German Fülle (“fullness, fill”), Icelandic fylli (“fulness, fill”). More at fill.

名詞

full (複数形 fulls)
 Utmost measure or extent; highest state or degree; the state, position, or moment of fullness; fill.
 Shakespeare

The swan's-down feather, / That stands upon the swell at full of tide.

 Dryden

Sicilian tortures and the brazen bull, / Are emblems, rather than express the full / Of what he feels.



I was fed to the full.

 1911, Berthold Auerbach, Bayard Taylor, The villa on the Rhine:

[…] he had tasted their food, and found it so palatable that he had eaten his full before he knew it.

 2008, Jay Cassell, The Gigantic Book Of Hunting Stories:

Early next morning we were over at the elk carcass, and, as we expected, found that the bear had eaten his full at it during the night.

 2010, C. E. Morgan, All the Living: A Novel:

When he had eaten his full, they set to work again.

 (of the moon) The phase of the moon when it is entire face is illuminated, full moon.
 1765, Francis Bacon, The works of Francis Bacon:

It is like, that the brain of man waxeth moister and fuller upon the full of the moon: [...]

 1808, Joseph Hall, Josiah Pratt (editor), Works, Volume VII: Practical Works, Revised edition, page 219,

This earthly moon, the Church, hath her fulls and wanings, and sometimes her eclipses, while the shadow of this sinful mass hides her beauty from the world.

 (freestyle skiing) An aerialist maneuver consisting of a backflip in conjunction and simultaneous with a complete twist.
派生語
 at full, at the full
 in full
 to the full
(freestyle skiing):
 double full
 lay-full
 full-full
 full-double full
 double full-full
 lay-full-full
 full-full-full
 lay-double full-full
 full-double full-full

動詞

full (三人称単数 現在形 fulls, 現在分詞 fulling, 過去形および過去分詞形 fulled)
 (of the moon) To become full or wholly illuminated.
 1888 September 20, "The Harvest Moon," New York Times (retrieved 10 April 2013):

The September moon fulls on the 20th at 24 minutes past midnight, and is called the harvest moon.

 1905, Annie Fellows Johnston, The Little Colonel's Christmas Vacation, ch. 4:

"By the black cave of Atropos, when the moon fulls, keep thy tryst!"

 1918, Kate Douglas Wiggin, The Story Of Waitstill Baxter, ch. 29:

"The moon fulls to-night, don't it?"

語源 3

From Middle English fullen, fulwen, from 古期英語 fullian, fulwian (“to baptise”), from Proto-Germanic *fullawīhōną (“to fully consecrate”), from *fulla- (“full-”) + *wīhōną (“to hallow, consecrate, make holy”). Compare 古期英語 fulluht, fulwiht (“baptism”).

動詞

full (三人称単数 現在形 fulls, 現在分詞 fulling, 過去形および過去分詞形 fulled)
 (transitive) To baptise.
派生語
 fulling

語源 4

From Middle English [Term?], from Old French fuller, fouler (“to tread, to stamp, to full”), from Medieval Latin fullare, from Latin fullo (“a fuller”)

動詞

full (三人称単数 現在形 fulls, 現在分詞 fulling, 過去形および過去分詞形 fulled)
 To make cloth denser and firmer by soaking, beating and pressing, to waulk, walk
同意語
 to walk, waulk
派生語
 fuller
 fuller's earth

発音

 IPA(key): /ˈfull/, [fuɫɫ]

語源 1

From Proto-Germanic *fullaz, from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nós (“full”), from *pleh₁- (“to fill”).
Germanic cognates include Old Frisian ful, Old Saxon ful, full, Old High German foll, Old Norse fullr, and Gothic ���������� (fulls).
Indo-European cognates include Old Church Slavonic плънъ (plŭnŭ), Latin plēnus, Ancient Greek πλήρης (plḗrēs) and πλέως (pléōs), Old Irish lán, and Sanskrit पूर्ण (pūrṇa).

別の表記

 ful

形容詞

full
 full, filled, complete, entire
語形変化
語形変化 of full — Strong
SingularMasculineFeminineNeuter
Nominativefullfullfull
Accusativefulnefullefull
Genitivefullesfulrefulles
Dativefullumfulrefullum
Instrumentalfullefulrefulle
PluralMasculineFeminineNeuter
Nominativefullefulla, -efull
Accusativefullefulla, -efull
Genitivefulrafulrafulra
Dativefullumfullumfullum
Instrumentalfullumfullumfullum

語形変化 of full — Weak
SingularMasculineFeminineNeuter
Nominativefullafullefulle
Accusativefullanfullanfulle
Genitivefullanfullanfullan
Dativefullanfullanfullan
Instrumentalfullanfullanfullan
PluralMasculineFeminineNeuter
Nominativefullanfullanfullan
Accusativefullanfullanfullan
Genitivefulra, fullenafulra, fullenafulra, fullena
Dativefullumfullumfullum
Instrumentalfullumfullumfullum
派生語
 fullīċe
関連する語
 fyllan
派生した語
 Middle English: full
 English: full
 Scots: fou

語源 2

From Proto-Germanic *fullą (“vessel”), from Proto-Indo-European *pēl(w)- (“a kind of vessel”). Akin to Old Saxon full (“beaker”), Old Norse full (“beaker”).

別の表記

 ful

名詞

full n
 a beaker.
 a cup, especially one with liquor in it.
語形変化
語形変化 of full (strong a-stem)
CasePlural
nominativefullfull
accusativefullfull
genitivefullesfulla
dativefullefullum

別の表記

 ful-, fol-

語源

From full (“full, complete”).

接頭辞

full-
 full, fully, completely, entirely

fulhār (“completely hoary”)

fullcuman (“to attain”)

fullġearwian (“to finish, complete”)

 very

fullclǣne (“very clean, very pure”)

派生語

► Old English words prefixed with full-

派生した語

 Middle English: ful-
 English: ful-; fulfill