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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (filled)
a. full
Encontré una caja repleta de juguetes viejos en el ático.I found a box full of old toys in the attic.
b. packed
Este autobús está repleto. Esperemos al próximo.This bus is packed. Let's wait for the next one.
c. crammed
La maleta estaba repleta de camisas y vaqueros.The suitcase was crammed with shirts and jeans.
2. (filled to satiety)
a. full
¿Quieres más pollo? - No, gracias. Estoy repleto.Would you like some more chicken? - No, thank you. I'm full.
b. full up
Estoy repleto, pero probaré otro bocado solo por gula.I'm full up, but I'll have another bite out of gluttony.
c. replete
Aunque no estaba repleto, salí del comedor y me retiré a mis aposentos.Although I wasn't replete, I left the dinning room and returned to my chamber.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (habitación, autobús)
a. packed
estoy repletoI'm full (up)
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1 (lleno) full up
repleto de full of; crammed with; el cuarto estaba repleto de gente the room was crammed with people; una colección repleta de rarezas a collection containing many rare pieces
estar repleto [+persona] to be full up with food; (with food)
3 [+aspecto] well-fed
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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