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whole /həʊl $ hoʊl/ adjective


کل ، درست ، دست نخورده ، کامل ، بی خرده ، همه ، سراسر ، تمام ، سالم ، قانون ـ فقه: سالم ، روانشناسی: کل
whole
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- complete, entire, full, total, unabridged, uncut, undivided
- undamaged, in one piece, intact, unbroken, unharmed, unscathed, untouched
[noun]
Synonyms:
- totality, ensemble, entirety
- on the whole: all in all, all things considered, by and large, generally, as a rule, in general, in the main, mostly, predominantly
Antonyms: partial, part, agglomeration
Contrasted words: broken, damaged, defective, impaired, injured, marred, detail, division, fraction, fragment, portion, section, segment, share, accumulation, aggregation, heap, pile, mass, selection
Related Words: complete, plenary, healthy, well, orbicular, rounded, well-rounded, amount, supply, result, resultant, summation, bulk, mass, quantity, quantum, being, organism, organization, coherence, cohesion, linkage, unity

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. whole1 S1 W1 /həʊl $ hoʊl/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: whole, wholesomeness; adjective: whole, wholesomeUNWHOLESOME; adverb: wholly]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hal 'healthy, unhurt, complete']

1. [only before noun] all of something Synonym : entire:
You have your whole life ahead of you!
His whole attitude bugs me.
We ate the whole cake in about ten minutes.
The whole thing (=everything about the situation) just makes me sick.
We just sat around and watched TV the whole time (=the only thing we did was watch television).
I don’t believe she’s telling us the whole story (=all the facts).
It was months before the whole truth came out.
the whole school/country/village etc (=all the people in a school, country etc)
The whole town came out for the parade.

2. whole lot informal
a) a whole lot very much:
I’m feeling a whole lot better.
I don’t cook a whole lot anymore.
b) a whole lot (of something) a large quantity or number:
We’re going to have a whole lot of problems if we don’t finish this by tomorrow.
You can find a nice house in this neighborhood, and you don’t have to spend a whole lot.
c) the whole lot especially British English all of something:
She gave me the whole lot for 20 pounds.

3. a whole range/series/variety etc (of something) used to emphasize that there are a lot of things of a similar type:
There are a whole range of sizes to choose from.

4. complete and not divided or broken into parts:
Place a whole onion inside the chicken.
a snake swallowing a mouse whole (=swallowing it without chewing)

5. the whole point (of something) used to emphasize the purpose for doing something, especially when you believe this is unclear or has been forgotten:
I thought the whole point of the meeting was to decide which offer to accept.

6. in the whole (wide) world informal an expression meaning ‘anywhere’ or ‘at all’, used to emphasize a statement:
I have the best job in the whole wide world.

7. go the whole hog (also go whole hog American English) informal to do something as completely or as well as you can, without any limits:
I’m gonna go whole hog and have a live band at the barbecue.

8. the whole nine yards American English spoken including everything that is typical of or possible in an activity, situation, set of things etc:
Our new apartment complex has a tennis court, swimming pool, playground – the whole nine yards.
—wholeness noun [uncountable]
a whole new ball game at ball game(3), ⇒ the whole shebang at shebang, ⇒ the whole shooting match at shooting match, ⇒ the whole enchilada at enchilada(3), ⇒ wholly

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. whole2 S2 W2 noun
[Word Family: noun: whole, wholesomeness; adjective: whole, wholesomeUNWHOLESOME; adverb: wholly]

1. the whole of something all of something, especially something that is not a physical object:
The whole of the morning was wasted trying to find the documents.

2. on the whole used to say that something is generally true:
On the whole, I thought the film was pretty good.

3. as a whole used to say that all the parts of something are being considered together:
This project will be of great benefit to the region as a whole.

4. [countable usually singular] something that consists of a number of parts, but is considered as a single unit:
Two halves make a whole.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

whole
noun
I. all of sth
VERB + WHOLE cover, embrace, encompass, involve, span The project involved the whole of the university.
fill, occupy, take up The library takes up the whole of the first floor.
permeate, pervade Technology permeates the whole of our lives.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

whole
II. complete thing
ADJ. coherent, cohesive, harmonious, homogeneous, integrated, organized, seamless She was struggling to organize her ideas into a coherent whole.
single | complex The author examines each aspect of Roman society, then attempts to summarize the complex whole.
meaningful At this age, babies do not yet combine sounds into a meaningful whole.
organic
VERB + WHOLE form, make (up) He tried to fit the pieces of evidence together to make a coherent whole.
PHRASES as a whole Unemployment is higher in the north than in the country as a whole.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

whole
noun
BAD: As a whole, I am very happy here.
GOOD: On the whole, I am very happy here.

Usage Note:
as a whole = considered as a single body or unit: 'The country as a whole is not ready for another election.'
on the whole = generally speaking: 'On the whole, I can see no reason why you shouldn't apply.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

whole
həul
See: all the way or the whole way , go the whole hog , on the whole , with a whole skin or in a whole skin

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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