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Essa expressão está me confundido. Os dicionários dão: full-size adj. 1. Of the STANDARD or NORMAL size: a full-size car. 2.a. Measuring 54 by 75 inches. Used of a bed: a full-size bed. b. Being of a size that will fit such a bed: full-size fitted sheets.
Mas parece que usam full-size como contrapartida de mid-size.
Full size car = carro grande ou de tamanho normal?