There are some aspects of your question that are not clear. In particular it is not clear what protocol you are talking about. And the answer would be significantly different if the question is about BGP or about some Interior protocol such as EIGRP or OSPF.
In general full routing is sending to the neighbor everything that you know in your local table and partial routing is sending to your neighbor only part of what is in the local table.
If we understood the question more clearly we could provide better answers.
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