Full-time - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |fʊl ˈtaɪm|  American pronunciation of the word full-time
Brit.  |fʊl ˈtaɪm|  British pronunciation of the word full-time


- for the entire time appropriate to an activity


- for the standard number of hours


As the ball went in, the referee blew his whistle for full time.

He works a full-time job during the day, plus he goes to school at night.

She is dealing with the stresses of working full-time and going to school.

It can be hard to juggle family responsibilities and the demands of a full-time job.

He had hoped to continue as a full-time employee.

She devoted herself full-time to her business.

differential treatment of part-time and full-time staff

Steve's still looking for full-time employment.

Full-time employees are entitled to receive health insurance.

A high proportion of women with children under five work full-time.

Janet is a full-time teacher and a mother of two.

For many companies, pitching to investors has become almost a full-time job.

16- to 18-year-olds receiving full-time education

Working full-time was too much for her.

the smooth transition from full-time work to full retirement

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