full-term

adjective
\ ˈfu̇l-ˌtərm \

Definition of full-term 

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

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1844, in the meaning defined above

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full-term

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of full-term

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

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