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Adverb: fully  fû-lee
  1. To the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely
    "fully grown"; "he didn't fully understand";
    - to the full, full
  2. Sufficiently; more than adequately
    "the evidence fully confirms our suspicions"; "they were fully fed";
    - amply
  3. Referring to a quantity
    "the amount was paid fully";
    - in full

Encyclopedia: Fully, Switzerland