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full-time

(fo͝ol′tīm′)
adj.
Employed for or involving a standard number of hours of working time: a full-time administrative assistant.

full′-time′ adv.
full′-tim′er n.

full-time

adj
for the entire time appropriate to an activity: a full-time job; a full-time student.
adv
on a full-time basis: he works full time.
ˌfull-ˈtimer n

full′-time′



adj.
1. working or operating the customary number of hours in each day, week, or month. Compare part-time.
adv.
2. on a full-time basis.
[1895–1900]
full′-tim′er, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.full-time - for the entire time appropriate to an activity; "a full-time job"
parttime, part-time - involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity; "part-time employees"; "a part-time job"
Adv.1.full-time - for the standard number of hours; "she works full-time"
half-time, part-time - for less than the standard number of hours; "he works part-time"
Translations

full-time

[ˌfʊlˈtaɪm]
A. ADJ [employment] → a tiempo completo; [employee] → que trabaja una jornada completa, que trabaja a tiempo completo
he's a full-time musician (= professional) → es músico profesional
a full-time jobun puesto de trabajo a tiempo completo
a full-time courseun curso de dedicación plena
B. ADV to work full-timetrabajar a tiempo completo

full-time

[ˌfʊlˈtaɪm] adj & adv (work) → a tempo pieno

full

(ful) adjective
1. holding or containing as much as possible. My basket is full.
2. complete. a full year; a full account of what happened.
3. (of clothes) containing a large amount of material. a full skirt.
adverb
1. completely. Fill the petrol tank full.
2. exactly; directly. She hit him full in the face.
ˈfully adverb
1. completely. He was fully aware of what was happening; fully-grown dogs.
2. quite; at least. It will take fully three days.
ˌfull-ˈlength adjective
1. complete; of the usual or standard length. a full-length novel.
2. down to the feet. a full-length portrait.
full moon
(the time of) the moon when it appears at its most complete. There is a full moon tonight.
ˌfull-ˈscale adjective
(of a drawing etc) of the same size as the subject. a full-scale drawing of a flower.
full stop
a written or printed point (.) marking the end of a sentence; a period.
ˌfull-ˈtime adjective, adverb
occupying one's working time completely. a full-time job; She works full-time now.
fully-fledged adjective
1. (as in bird) having grown its feathers and ready to fly.
2. fully trained, qualified etc. He's now a fully-fledged teacher.
full of
1. filled with; containing or holding very much or very many. The bus was full of people.
2. completely concerned with. She rushed into the room full of the news.
in full
completely. Write your name in full; He paid his bill in full.
to the full
to the greatest possible extent. to enjoy life to the full.

full-time

دَوَامٌ كَامِل na plný úvazek fuldtids-, på fuld tid ganztags με πλήρες ωράριο, πλήρους απασχόλησης a jornada completa, de jornada completa, de tiempo completo kokopäiväinen, päätoimisesti à plein temps puno radno vrijeme, stalni a tempo pieno, tempo pieno フルタイムで, フルタイムの 전임으로, 전임의 fulltime heltids-, på heltid pełnoetatowo, pełnoetatowy a tempo inteiro, em período integral, período integral в режиме полного рабочего дня, занимающий полный рабочий день heltid, heltids- ซึ่งเต็มเวลา, อย่างเต็มเวลา tam gün toàn thời gian 全职, 全部时间的
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