Definition of Full-scale

1. Adjective. Using all available resources. "A full-scale campaign against nuclear power plants"

Exact synonyms: All-out
Similar to: Complete



Definition of Full-scale

1. Adjective. (context: of a model or replica) Of the same size, scale, or proportions as an original object. ¹

2. Adjective. Thorough; complete; not lacking in any detail. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Full-scale

full-fashioned
full-figured
full-fledged
full-frontal nudity
full-grown
full-hearted
full-length
full-looking
full-made
full-motion video
full-of-the-moon
full-on
full-out
full-page
full-powered
full-scale (current term)
full-size
full-stop
full-strength
full-stretch
full-term
full-thickness burn
full-thickness flap
full-thickness graft
full-throated
full-time
full-time equivalent
full-timer
full-timers
full-wave rectifier

Literary usage of Full-scale

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1. Aeronautics in Theory and Experiment by William Lewis Cowley, Hyman Levy (1920)
"To carry out the greater number of these investigations with full scale ... Consequently models approximating only in rare instances to full scale have been ..."

2. Guide for Conducting Treatability Studies Under CERCLA: Biodegradation by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"These studies often provide detailed information that may be used to supplement RD/RA studies and can be used in the design of the full-scale treatment ..."

3. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2005)
"Cases Base No pump tripping and no scaling la Full scale, 1 pump close to the spallation loop tripped Ib Full scale, 1 pump opposite ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1920)
"The accuracies required by the British Standard Specification are as follows: Kind and Grade Accuracy Voltmeters, sub-standard db 0.2% of full scale value. ..."

5. The Musical World (1860)
"But still there are proportions for the lowest bass pipes of the full scale, which arc not the proportions for the corresponding pipes of the mean scale ..."

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