American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Employed for or involving a standard number of hours of working time: a full-time administrative assistant.
- adj. Involving a full amount of time spent on some activity, especially a job.
- adv. Spending a full amount of time.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. spending or requiring all of the time normally given to an activity. Opposite of
- adj. for the entire time appropriate to an activity
- adv. for the standard number of hours
- full + time (Wiktionary)
“In a separate bill, Orange is proposing what he calls the "full-time employment and full-time compensation for council members" act.”
“In contracts the charter sent to the state in February, Garcia's job was described as full-time, which appeared to be a potential conflict with her $156,000-a-year Winslow position.”
“Once classified as a full-time worker, the employer is obligated to provide affordable health care or pay a penalty of $2,000 per worker, excluding the first 30 workers.”
“For starters, I hate the container called full-time work; it's not fair to employees.”
“So-called full-time all-wheel-drive systems are usually better than those that kick in only when the car suffers traction loss.”
“Guard units all over the country have called their full-time and reservist personnel to base.”
“I think the idea of full-time trade unionists working in the public sector on trade union business, rather than serving the public - I don't think that is right and we are going to put that to an end," he told the House of Commons.”
“Mr Cameron told MPs: "I think the idea of full-time trade unionists working in the public sector on trade union business, rather than serving the public - I don't think that is right and we are going to put that to an end.”
“Dion officially began his term as full-time commissioner Dec. 21.”
“Business grew so quickly that after Mark finished high school, Louis let him trade coins full-time.”
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