Full-marks meaning

Full or due credit or praise.
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The highest grade or rating possible, as for schoolwork.
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Figuratively, very high praise.
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To exclaim complete satisfaction with someone's efforts.
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The maximum marks obtainable in an exam or test.

She got full marks. Not one single error.

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(idiomatic, by extension) To say you think someone is correct in what they say.

I would have to give you full marks for that statement.

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