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[foo l-sur-vis] /ˈfʊlˈsɜr vɪs/
adjective, Commerce
offering or providing a wide range of services related to the basic line of business, as when a filling station changes tires or makes car repairs in addition to selling gasoline.
Origin of full-service
1955-60 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • He aggressively solicited business, becoming the nation's one and only full-time, full-service execution entrepreneur.
  • The transition to full-service investment-solutions provider could be bumpy.
  • Most guests come for the golf and tennis facilities, and the luxurious, full-service spa is an added perk.
  • full-service sites are available for both short-term and long-term stays.
  • Each hotel offers its own outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, complimentary water sports and full-service restaurant.
  • The facility includes a driving range, full-service pro shop and full-service clubhouse.
  • The resort features a full-service restaurant, water sports rentals and a video karaoke machine.
  • Business travelers can use the full-service business center.
  • The restaurant has a mixture of fast-food and full-service elements.
  • The casual bar and grill has a lakefront dining patio, an indoor waterfront dining room and a full-service bar area.

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