Keywords: fill, full, complete, total, fully, completely, totally
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To put a large amount of something into a container or area so that there is no more room to put any more into it. English = fill, fill up.
2. (Of a container or an area) to be unable to take any more of something because there is no more room left. English = (be) full.
3. To be as much or as great as something can possibly be. English = (be) complete, (be) total.
1. Used immediately next to a verb or adjective to mean that the action or quality is as much or as great as it could be. English = fully, completely, totally.