An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (whole)
a. entero
The entire school will be taking a trip to Spain this summer.La escuela entera va a hacer un viaje a España este verano.
b. todo
He ate the entire watermelon by himself.Se comió toda la sandía él solo.
2. (complete)
a. completo
The pianist played the entire piece by heart.El pianista tocó la pieza completa de memoria.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (whole, complete)
a. entero(a)
the entire building/countryel edificio/país entero
to be in entire agreement (with somebody)estar completamente de acuerdo (con alguien)
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entire [ɪnˈtaɪəʳ]
1 (whole) entero
the entire world el mundo entero; todo el mundo; she cleaned the entire house limpió toda la casa; limpió la casa entera; he didn't speak throughout the entire evening no habló en toda la tarde; his entire earnings for a year la totalidad de sus ingresos anuales
the entire profits amounted to only £52 he removed the entire contents of the house there were entire families sitting on their porches
he has my entire confidence tiene toda mi confianza
you have my entire attention
2 (complete) completo
an entire dinner service una vajilla completa
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