Whole Meaning and Definition


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What is the definition Whole? What is its meaning in the dictionary? Words ending with Whole, Words starting with Whole, Derivations, Related sentences, Antonyms, How to pronounce? Synonyms, Example sentences and more...

Whole meaning

Word: Whole

How to pronounce: həʊl

Adjective

Definitions:

1. All of; entire.

Example sentences: "He spent the whole day walking"

2. In an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece.

Example sentences: "Owls usually swallow their prey whole"

Noun

Definitions:

1. A thing that is complete in itself.

Example sentences: "The subjects of the curriculum form a coherent whole"

2. All of something.

Example sentences: "The effects will last for the whole of his life"

Adverb

Definitions:

1. Used to emphasize the novelty or distinctness of something.


Synonyms:

all the

all

total

full

unit

altogether

entire

perfect

intact

unharmed

completely

totally

wholly

entirely

holistically

as a whole

complete

integral

solid

comprehensive

unhurt

unscathed

healthy

hale


Antonyms:

separate

individual


Derivations:

wholesome

wholeness


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Whole in Other Languages...

Spanish: Entero

German: Ganz

French: Ensemble

Italian: Intero

Turkish: Tüm


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