full-scale

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full-scale (not comparable)

  1. (of a model or replica) Of the same size, scale, or proportions as an original object.
    The museum has a full-scale replica of a Viking ship.
  2. Thorough; complete; not lacking in any detail.
    The business consultants performed a full-scale analysis of current market conditions.

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