[foo l-ee, foo l-lee]
entirely or wholly: You should be fully done with the work by now.
quite or at least: Fully half the class attended the ceremony.
Origin of fully
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to the greatest degree or extent; totally; entirely
amply; sufficiently; adequatelythey were fully fed
at leastit was fully an hour before she came
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