Meaning of Full

What is Full:

Full is satisfaction or fullness, or in terms of measurement or content, it is the opposite of emptiness or the space occupied in a container, place or situation.

Full when referring in the material sense to the significant amount of something that occupies place on or in another something is used for example to indicate if the tank is full (of gasoline), if a place is full (of people), if the agenda is full (with activities or commitments), if the hard disk is full (with files that take up all the space / memory) or if the stomach is full (with food).

Full is a word widely used to make analogies about having or not having something. For example, when it is said that someone has ‘hands full’ it means that they have money or that they received many gifts, they happened to have more of something material.

Full is also a way of wishing someone who is filled with some positive feeling, feeling or emotion commonly used in expressions derived from Christianity such as the wish that you be full of blessings or filled with the holy spirit.

The analogy of saying that some part or organ of your body is full is associated with sensations, emotions and feelings.The saying "a full belly, a happy heart" exemplifies the relationship of a full stomach with the feeling of fullness and happiness, the full moon means for many a special moment where the passions of another world are awakened.

'The glass is half full' and 'the glass is half empty' is a common paradox in psychology to refer to the difference between people with more positive thinking and people with more negative thinking.

"A half empty glass of wine is also a half full glass, but a half lie, it is by no means a half truth." Jean Cocteau

Full in English translates as full and it has the same connotations as in Spanish as when they use it to say ‘full of sees it’: Full of love or ‘I am full’: I'm full.

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