full term


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Noun1.full term - the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent; "a healthy baby born at full term"
point in time, point - an instant of time; "at that point I had to leave"
gestation, gestation period - the period during which an embryo develops (about 266 days in humans)
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full term

n. a término, [in obstetrics] embarazo a término, de 38 a 41 semanas de duración incluyendo el nacimiento.
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After addressing, in the midsummer of the following year, an appeal to the commiseration of the National Assembly of France, which the English minister refused to sanction, he composed himself to undergo his full term of punishment; and suffering his beard to grow nearly to his waist, and conforming in all respects to the ceremonies of his new religion, he applied himself to the study of history, and occasionally to the art of painting, in which, in his younger days, he had shown some skill.
And not till those seventy breaths are told, will he finally go down to stay out his full term below.
I had never told her my feelings, and she could not be expected to divine them; I had not been with her a full term, and she was justified in not allowing me a full vacation.
When they got out the other day, which was some years before their full term, they set themselves, as you perceive, to hunt down the traitor and to avenge the death of their comrade upon him.
but apparently your late parent had not served his full term and had not indeed been in the service at all of late.
So we offer you simply, and without haggling, ze full terms you demanded weeks ago--one hundert tousand poundts in cash, a salary of three tousand poundts a year, a pension of one tousand poundts a year, and ze title of Paron as you desired.
On shorter-term loans, the use of the Rule of 78's approximates the lender's expenses of acquiring a loan that both borrower and lender anticipated would extend to its full term.
Root did not want to be considered for appointment to a full term.
The old policy stated that an appointee who completes the two terms cannot serve again until a full term has passed.
The company expects that he will be nominated for a full term at that time.
The woman had been in the program for three years, and had at least two unsuccessful pregnancies, prior to the successful pregnancy in which she carried the baby to full term.