American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Associated with or offering complete service: full-service gasoline pumps; full-service banks.
“It will have New Jersey traffic, weather, conversation, comedy, jingles, listener calls and the rest of what Gordon calls a full-service afternoon show.”
“A recent Hart Research poll showed that that 71 percent of all voters, including 60 percent of those who voted for a Republican candidate for Congress in 2010, opposed Pence's effort to exclude full-service clinics from Title X.”
“They include community food environments for many children where convenient, walkable full-service supermarkets with fresh produce are a mirage.”
“Mr. Ditton and Ms. Hodgson have managed to maintain their professional relationship and grow the firm from a small software start-up to a full-service manufacturer of coin-operated games.”
“For instance, Lemon Tree Hotel, which pegs itself as full-service budget hotel chain, converted its Lemon Tree City Center North in Gurgaon, a suburb of Delhi, into a swanky property so it could take better advantage of its location.”
“Because the underserved have little access to fresh foods because of their economic status and because many low-income areas do not have full-service supermarkets, grocery shopping is often done in the corner convenience store.”
“I envision these sorts of professionals working in full-service firms that include lawyers, accountants, and others who would provide an extensive range of services primarily to small business clients.”
“I had a full-service broker because I thought that was the way you were supposed to do it," says Koza, now 51.”
“RLR also has a full-service Junior scouting edition for the OHL Priority Selection draft in May.”
“CVG has horse trails, a business center, a full-service bank branch, a children's play area and a military lounge.”
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