full-scale


full–scale

adjective \-ˌskāl\

: having the same size as the original

: not limited in any way : using everything that can be used

Full Definition of FULL-SCALE

1
:  identical to an original in proportion and size <full–scale drawing>
2
a :  involving full use of available resources <a full–scale biography> <full–scale war>
b :  total, complete <a full–scale musical renaissance — Current Biography>

First Known Use of FULL-SCALE

1933

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