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full-time

adjective
 
 
/ˌfʊlˈtaɪm/ ( abbreviation FT)
HR, WORKPLACE for all the hours of the week that people normally work, not just for some of them: full-time job Holding down a full-time job when you've got three children is not easy.full-time employment The number of women in full-time employment has risen in the last few years. a full-time employee/workerfull-time staff Only full-time staff will qualify for this benefit.full-time education There are concessions for people in full-time education.
full-time adverb
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