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whole

Definitions


[həʊl], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- all of; entire
(e.g: he spent the whole day walking)

- in an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece
(e.g: owls usually swallow their prey whole)


Phrases:
- as a whole
- in the whole world
- in whole
- on the whole
- the whole nine yards

Origin:
Old English hāl, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch heel and German heil, also to hail. The spelling with wh- (reflecting a dialect pronunciation with w-) first appeared in the 15th century


[həʊl], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a thing that is complete in itself
(e.g: the subjects of the curriculum form a coherent whole)

- all of something
(e.g: the effects will last for the whole of his life)


Phrases:
- as a whole
- in the whole world
- in whole
- on the whole
- the whole nine yards

Origin:


[həʊl], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- used to emphasize the novelty or distinctness of something
(e.g: the man who's given a whole new meaning to the term ‘cowboy’)


Phrases:
- as a whole
- in the whole world
- in whole
- on the whole
- the whole nine yards

Origin:




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