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full–term

adjective \ˈfl-ˌtərm\

: lasting for the normal length of time; also : born after a pregnancy that lasts for the normal length of time

Full Definition of FULL-TERM

:  retained in the uterus for the normal period of gestation before birth <a full–term newborn>

First Known Use of FULL-TERM

1907

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