Full-scale



[foo l-skeyl] /ˈfʊlˈskeɪl/

adjective
1.
having the exact size or proportions of the original:
a full-scale replica.
2.
using all possible means, facilities, etc.; complete:
The factory will commence full-scale operation next month.
noun (modifier)
1.
(of a plan, etc) of actual size; having the same dimensions as the original
2.
done with thoroughness or urgency; using all resources; all-out

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