Re: 'Entire' Vs. 'Whole'
Could anyone please suggest, which one of the following is correct and why?
1. I can't see the entire <product_name_acronym> screen.
2. I can't see the whole <product_name_acronym> screen.
Both of them seem fine to me, actually. You're conveying that part of
the screen is cut off on your display.
More context might need to be provided if this is anything but a pure
hypothetical. (For example, "My screen resolution is set to A x B and
I can't see the [entire/whole] [product] screen."
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