repleto, cheio, empanturrado, saciado, completamente cheio
Verb(1) fill to satisfaction
Adjective(1) filled to satisfaction with food or drink(2) (followed by `with'
(1) All come replete with the usual back-of-an-envelope plots, cheap-and-nasty special effects and Arkoff and Nicholson's secret weapon: teenagers.(2) We went out to take some photographs in a marble courtyard replete with shrubbery and elephantine urns where uninterested figures dined al fresco.(3) The show is replete with simple, haunting images, and an evocative score pervades the physical action.(4) What's documented here is that personal warfare, replete with bursting explosions and a splattering of machine-gun notes.(5) How greatly his painting changed in Venice, replete with the pictures of Titian and Tintoretto, may be seen on entering the National Gallery exhibition, which starts with two of his Cretan icons.(6) While this book reflects a fascination with how things work, it also is a memoir, replete with subjective, idiosyncratic and deeply nostalgic associations.(7) Fry's music is replete with opportunities for first-chair musicians, even down to the double-bassist, to show their wares, and the Scottish musicians respond without condescension.(8) This at least provided welcome income for a gaggle of fading celebrities to promote, replete with numerous amusing errors, their own favourite historical characters along with their own careers.(9) Her palette grew more complex and sophisticated - replete with lavenders, juicy oranges, translucent celadons, glowing viridians, wine reds and a range of blues from deep ultramarine to pale sky.(10) The same rock solid gameplay, replete with superb control and surprisingly deep levels, is back.(11) The history of art and particularly photography is replete with individuals who have found success in a style or subject matter from which they rarely varied.(12) New York politics is replete with ironies, but perhaps the choicest in the past decade was the crusade to teach the city good manners waged by a mayor who was virtually incapable of practicing them himself.(13) The 12 inch came replete with a four track CD that screamed ├ö├ç├┐SHARE ME├ö├ç├û.(14) I couldn't really figure out what Kevin did, besides drive some cars and get tied up at Stifler's impromptu bachelor party, replete with strippers and the bride's parents bursting in.(15) The combination of the flood of people hitting the pit, and the absence of a barrier, resulted in an insane dance floor, replete with gratuitous crowd surfing and lost brain cells aplenty.(16) Zelenka's music is always very pleasant and one must take particular notice of his exquisite ├ö├ç├┐Salve Regina├ö├ç├û, a truly exquisite work that is brimful and replete with melodies and fugal counterpoint.
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replete, repleted, repleteness, repletes, repleting
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