What is Full-time Contract?
FAT is a permanent or permanent contract in which an employee works at least one hour per week, usually 35 hours.
Literal Meanings of Full-time Contract
Meanings of Full:
Add or save as much free space as possible.
Don't give up or give up anything completely.
Fat or round (of a person or part of the body).
The greatest virtue or power period, point or condition of an era.
Add or attach (fabric) to complete the dress.
Content (month or more).
Cleaning, shrinkage and lining (fabric) using heat, pressure and moisture.
Sentences of Full
A container full of garbage
Enter your full name below
Her lips are full
He turned and looked at her face
He knew full well that he was too polite to intervene
Many of those killed in the attack remained faithful throughout their lives.
The house was filled with screams
Synonyms of Full
point-blank, Rubensesque, quite, filled, round, straight, just, directly, all-inclusive, all-encompassing, all-embracing, entirely, extremely, thorough, exhaustive, plump, brimful, filled to capacity, dead, comprehensive, buxom, square
Meanings of Time:
Permanent and unlimited progress of past, present and future existence and events as a whole.
Time is measured in hours and minutes after midnight or noon.
Time allotted, available or used.
Became an example or event of an event.
Expresses the number (after the number).
A rhythmic pattern of musical work expressed by a measure.
Plan, plan or arrange when (something) should or should be done.
Measure the time it takes to perform this action (action or activity, or who did it).
Sentences of Time
Travel to time and place
We need more time
This is my first time in debt
Three times five out of fifteen
Waltz time melodies
The first race on the track is scheduled for 11:15 p.m.
We get time and certificates based on our speed
Synonyms of Time
fix, organize, timetable, book, put a stopwatch on, arrange, slot in, juncture, count, beat, programme, bill, measure, prearrange, line up, fix a time for, flow, meter, time, fix up, plan, pulse, moment, rhythm, schedule, instance, set up, set, tempo, point
Meanings of Contract:
Written or verbal agreements, especially those relating to work, sale or rent, which are intended to be legally enforceable.
Decrease in size, number or rating.
Make a formal and legally binding agreement.
Grip or development (disease or infectious agent)
For duty (loan)
Sentences of Contract
Both parties will have to sign an employment agreement
As it cools, the glass contracts
Local authorities will nominate several agencies to provide services
Three people contracted a deadly virus
Synonyms of Contract
commit oneself, bond, be struck down with, be stricken with, get, engage, catch, pledge, understanding, come down with, covenant, agreement, compact, incur, get smaller, shrink, pick up, become infected with, be taken ill with, acquire, fall into, settlement, commitment, become smaller, undertaking, develop, arrangement