来自PIE*pleu, 飞，词源同fly. 拼写受-dge影响，见bridge, judge, knowledge
- fledged (adj.)
- "furnished with feathers," 1570s (in full-fledged), thus "developed, matured, able to fly;" past-participle adjective from fledge (v.).
- 1. Hungary is to have a fully-fledged Stock Exchange from today.
- 2. the emergence of a fully fledged market economy
- 3. The book was a full - fledged study of American history.
- 4. Divested of the hype surrounding its launch, the show can now emerge as a full-fledged classic.
- 5. Sunset and spring and new - fledged greenery were no miracle to Scarlett.
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