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    could you please explain what the word "full" means in the following text:

    The system provides the following functions:
    - approval of ideas at both the initial and full stages
    - xxx
    - yyy

    Thank you very much.


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    Re: full

    The initial stage refers to the starting-up phase, or the beginning.
    Full stage means everything is in place and all aspects are running at full speed or capacity.

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