Definition

whole: entire, all, complete, full adjective
the whole world every part of the world, across the globe
the whole night all night
(You played well) as a whole: (You played well) in your totality, as a team, as all idiom
  • "Philip : So Edward, that whole plate of mashed potatoes – is that a typical Swedish thing?"
  • "At best, this whole situation is ethically ambiguous."
  • "Sorry for the whole webcam in the bathroom incident."
  • "Helen : Cryonic suspension of the whole body costs $200,000."
  • "If your card has a king, you drink this whole plastic cup of whisky."
  • "Luna : The contribution you have made to Delavigne as a whole has been rated: very good."
  • "Luna : The contribution you have made to Delavigne as a whole has been rated: good."
  • "This is the moment you've waited your whole life for: a voyage to the great unknown, a trek to the stars!"
  • "Hannah : Isn't Christmas the biggest holiday in the whole world?"

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