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full-scale

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull-scaleˌfull-ˈscale adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 1 COMPLETEas complete or thorough as possiblefull-scale attack/war/riot etcfull-scale study/review etc 🔊 The government will conduct a full-scale inquiry into the crash.2 PICTUREa full-scale drawing, model etc is the same size as the thing it represents syn life-size
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full-scaleThey had even absorbed and beaten off a full-scale attack on their street distribution structure by a powerful enemy.A week later there arrived a check sufficient to launch a full-scale book donation program in Czechoslovakia.The country is on the brink of full-scale civil war.Marillion are now looking like the full-scale international merchants of pomp they've always aimed at being.Its inquiry could be followed by a full-scale Monopolies and Mergers Commission probe.Flexibility is the keynote and is a feature often recommended in pilot studies preliminary to a full-scale study.It was the tail end of the season and there was no time for a full-scale tour.This time the fighting escalated into full-scale war.full-scale attack/war/riot etcAs minister of defence, he has instructed the army to step up training and preparations for the contingency of full-scale war.This time the fighting escalated into full-scale war.Before anyone knows what's happening, a full-scale war has developed.But the glimmering of understanding they now have is perhaps the one thing that makes another full-scale war less likely.This probably sounds like a run-up to a full-scale attack on Oxford and academic knowledge.But it was 6 September before all the Allied left-wing armies could turn about and launch a full-scale attack on the invaders.They had even absorbed and beaten off a full-scale attack on their street distribution structure by a powerful enemy.
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