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(voll) auslastento use to capacity (to the full), to utilize to capacity (to the full) (Am.)
adrett (hübsch, gepflegt)smart
besetzt, voll, voll belegt, gefülltfull
den Hosenboden voll kriegento get a smacked bottom
den Kanal voll habenbe fed up to here, be sloshed, to be fed up to here, to be sloshed
die Hosen voll habento be in a blue funk
die Nase voll habento be fed up with
die Nase voll haben von allemto be fed up with the whole shebang
die Nase voll haben von etwasto have a belly full of something
die Schnauze voll habento be fed up to the back teeth
Diskette oder Festplatte volldisk full
Es war zum Bersten voll.It was full to the bursting point.
etw. voll kotzento puke all over sth. (coll.)
fraß vollgorged
füllt vollbrims
gerammelt voll (ugs.)chock-a-block
hübschbonnie, cute, gorgeous, handsome, handsomely, neat, nice, nifty, pretty
sich hübsch anziehento dress smartly
sich hübsch machento get all dressed up, to make oneself look pretty
sie ist alles andere als hübschshe is anything but pretty
stopft vollcrams
stopfte sich volloverate
vollbrimful, complete, crowded, fraught, full, full of, filled with, having a great deal or number of, replete, plenteously, repletely, holding its complete capacity, packed, whole, satiated
voll aufgeblühtfull-blown
voll ausgebautfully developed
voll ausgelastetworking to capacity
voll ausgelastet seinto be fully stretched
voll besoffendrunk as a lord (Br.)
voll bestückte Platinefully populated board
voll entfaltetfull-blown
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