Full Logic Deck

Technology / Home Audio / Full Logic Deck: A cassette mechanism where the tape operations are carried out by logic circuit operated solenoids rather than soley mechanical methods.

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

Other Words for Logic

Logic Adjective Synonyms: reasoning, deduction, dialectics, ratiocination, inferential or scientific reasoning
Logic Noun Synonyms: reasonableness, intelligence, judiciousness, practicality, rationality

Fully Insured Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Fully Insured Plan: A benefit plan where the employer contracts with another organization to assume financial responsibility for the enrollees’ medical claims and for all incurred administrative costs. MORE

Fully Invested

Business / Finance / Fully Invested: A new stock issue that has been completely resold to the investing public and is no longer held by dealers. MORE

Fully Funded Plan

Health / Health Insurance / Fully Funded Plan: A health plan under which an insurer or MCO bears the financial responsibility of guaranteeing claim payments and paying for all incurred covered benefits and administration costs. MORE

Fully Distributed

Business / Finance / Fully Distributed: Earnings per share expressed as if all outstanding convertible securities and warrants have been exercised. MORE

Fully Depreciated

Business / Finance / Fully Depreciated: Also called rental lease. Arrangement in which lessor promises to maintain and insure the equipment leased. 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