- 全部的; 整個的；完整的
- 1. 全部的; 整個的 a whole sentence 完整的句子 he has spent his whole life helping others 他一輩子都在幫助別人
- 2. 完整的 after the party there wasn't a single glass left whole 聚會結束後，一個完好的杯子都沒有剩下 you're very lucky to have got out whole or with your skin whole 你毫髮無損，真是幸運
- 1. 完全 a whole new era/way of life 全新的時代／生活方式
- 1. 整體 the whole is greater than any of its parts 整體大於部分 a complete/undivided whole 完整的／不可分割的整體
- 2. 全部 the whole of sth. 某物的全部 we spent the whole of August/the school holidays abroad 我們整個八月／學校假期都在國外度過
1. all of; entire
2. in an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece
3. a thing that is complete in itself
4. all of something
「1. all of; entire」的反義字
「2. in an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece」的反義字
a whole lot 解全部或成批(貨)o Example: How much if i buy a whole lot of this dress? 如果我成批裙買,多少錢?
Good question. Both are correct. :-) The whole family goes to the restaurant to have lunch. = one family as a unit goes...
There are no differences really. You could use the extra words to clarify that you meant the WHOLE world, if (for some reason) it may not be clear.