fully

/'fυli/ adverb
completely
the offer was fully subscribed all the shares on offer were applied for, so the underwriters to the issue were not forced to buy any
the shares are fully valued the market price of the shares is high enough, possibly too high
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‘…issued and fully paid capital is $100 million’ [Hongkong Standard]

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