Asked by: Camelia Zackasked in category: General Last Updated: 21st February, 2020
Is full scale hyphenated?
Similarly one may ask, is full size hyphenated?
"Full-size" indicates that it is of the right size, while "full-sized" may additionally imply that it was deliberately made to that size. It's a very slight difference. @Cerberus is correct that no hyphen is used when you put it afterwards.
Furthermore, is scale up hyphenated? Upstate is not hyphenated, and it's not capitalized unless it's the first word in the sentence. Example: But don't use the word “upscale” as a verb; use “scale up” instead, according to the SPE Style Guide. Scaleup (not hyphenated) is used as a noun or adjective.
Hereof, is full blown hyphenated?
Hyphenation of full-blown Unfortunately it cannot be hyphenated because it only contains one syllable.
What is a full scale war?
Definition of full-scale. 1 : identical to an original in proportion and size full-scale drawing. 2a : involving full use of available resources a full-scale biography full-scale war.