Full Moon

Science / Astrology / Full Moon: That point in the lunar cycle when the Moon exactly opposes the Sun; begins the waning phase.

Other Words for Full

Full Verb Synonyms: filled, replete, brimming, brim-full, packed, jam-packed, congested, loaded, bursting, chock-a-block, chock-full or choke-full or chuck-full, jammed, crammed, solid, well supplied, crowded, stuffed, gorged, saturated, sated, satiated
Full Adjective Synonyms: complete, entire, whole
Full Noun Synonyms: complete, thorough, detailed, comprehensive, total, all-inclusive, broad, extensive, all-encompassing, exhaustive, plenary
Full Adverb Synonyms: very, perfectly, exceedingly, quite, damned
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Gibbous Moon

Science / Astrology / Gibbous Moon: The Moon approaching the full Moon, more than 135° and less than 180° ahead of the Sun. A natal gibbous Moon indicates that self-analysis is an important factor in motivation. MORE

Fullback (FB)

Entertainment / Football / Fullback (FB): A player position on offense. Originally, lined up deep behind the quarterback in the T formation. In modern formations this position may be varied, and this player has more blocking responsibilities MORE

Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Full-Time Equivalent (FTE): A value assigned to signify the number of full-time employees that could have been employed if the reported number of hours worked by part-time employees had been worked by full-time employees instead MORE

Full-time student

Life Style / College / Full-time student: A full-time student is defined as a student taking at least 60 per cent of a full course load. MORE

Fully Amortized

Business / Real Estate / Fully Amortized: Fully amortized mortgages are paid in equal monthly installments, which include interest and amortization of principal, paid over a period of years. The interest is set at a predetermined rate and is MORE

Fully Diluted Earnings Per Shares

Business / Finance / Fully Diluted Earnings Per Shares: An asset that has already been charged with the maximum amount of depreciation allowed by the IRS for accounting purposes. MORE

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