en
whole

Meaning: tr
bütün, tüm
I spent the whole afternoon chatting with friends.
The whole neighborhood was surprised at the news.
I read the whole book in one evening.
I've waited two whole hours. I can't wait any longer.
It's a whole new ball game for me.
It would take a long time to tell the whole story.
Did you read the whole book?
The whole country was covered with snow.
How much is the whole package?
You can see the whole city from here.
Added on 2014-08-16 | by misti | View: 643
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