full house
Noun

full house (plural full houses)

  1. (poker) A hand that consists of three of a kind and a pair.
    • , "Continuing to Live"
      This loss of interest, hair, and enterprise — / Ah, if the game were poker, yes, / You might discard them, draw a full house! / But it's chess.
  2. A situation in which a place is filled with people to its maximum capacity.
Translations
  • French: full
  • German: Full House
  • Italian: full
  • Portuguese: full house
  • Russian: фул-ха́ус
Translations
  • German: Full House
  • Italian: pienone, tutto esaurito
  • Portuguese: lotação esgotada
  • Russian: аншла́г



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