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From Middle English ful driven, equivalent to full- +‎ driven.


fulldriven (comparative more fulldriven, superlative most fulldriven)

  1. (rare) Fully driven or clenched; completed; made up.
    • 1958, Richard B. Hurley, Junction Transistor Electronics[1] (Electronics), Digitized edition, Univ. of Michigan, published 2006, page 341:
      A transistor switch may be underdriven, fulldriven, or overdriven when switching ON or OFF. ... A fulldriven switch would be switched from one borderline to the other borderline, eg, A' for OFF and B' for ON.