full-size full-size


  • (adj) being of the same size as an original



  1. Despite the mileage standards, the manufacturers are determined to go on making full-size, six-passenger cars.
  2. I'm still waiting for the killer Roomba, upright and intimidating, with a full-size bag and a processor that can map a room with precision.
  3. Be sure to upload full-size files for best results.


  1. Test Drive: New Chevy Silverado is both rugged and refined

    Sales of full-size trucks are a good proxy for the health of the U.S economy.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

  2. New arrival at park takes long route but stays on track

    By MARY NITA BONDURANT Special to The Messenger Boys love trains, which is probably why Robert Kirkland, the project’s founder, couldn’t quit thinking about having a train display at Discovery Park of America. Not toy trains; he wanted full-size trains.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Union City Messenger

  3. Video: GM's Burau Discusses 2014 GMC Sierra

    A video from General Motors features the automaker's Jully Burau, chief engineer, full-size trucks, discussing the 2014 GMC Sierra's towing capabilities and her background in the auto industry.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Work Truck Magazine


  1. "When you first see MacBook Air, it's hard to believe it's a high-performance notebook with a full-size keyboard and display. But it is," said Jobs.
    on Jan 15, 2008 By: Steve Jobs Source: Inquirer

  2. "There are times when people need a large screen and a full-size keyboard," Hawkins said at the time. "As smart phones get smaller, this need increases."
    on Sep 5, 2007 By: Jeff Hawkins Source: Washington Post

  3. "Some categories of products that we produce here have significant global markets. We do export a reasonable number of full-size SUVS for example," Wagoner said.
    on Aug 17, 2007 By: Rick Wagoner Source: Channel News Asia

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