Full-timers Coverage

Full-timers Coverage,

Full-timers Coverage Definition:

  1. Liability and benefits of health insurance in motor vehicle home insurance. A full-time employee is one who uses the trailer as a base or permanent residence for at least 150 days of the year, with no continuous days required. This insurance coverage is also selected for those who do not own a home but use a motor home as a place of residence. Insurance coverage is much like home insurance.

Literal Meanings of Full-timers Coverage


Meanings of Full:
  1. Again (something else)

  2. Assemble or fold in loose clothing (fabric)

  3. Fill (the moon or the tide).

  4. The greatest abundance of a period or period of power, point or condition.

  5. Upload as much as possible, without spaces.

  6. Nothing to lose or miss.

  7. (A person or part of the body) fat or round.

  8. Straight, straight.

  9. Cleaning, shrinking and peeling (fabric) by heat, pressure and moisture.

Sentences of Full
  1. Fill the house with screams

  2. A straight line with a small band at the top

  3. The full moon at the highest point

  4. Many of the victims were in the middle of their lives.

  5. Full of garbage

  6. Enter your full name below

  7. She has full lips

  8. He turned and looked at her face

  9. He knew full well that he was too polite to intervene

  10. The fabric is then woven around the hole to create a strong but smooth area.

Synonyms of Full

extremely, directly, filled, just, quite, curvaceous, rounded, square, straight, perfectly, ample, filled to capacity, brimful, thorough, all-encompassing, voluptuous, comprehensive, Rubensesque, very, all-inclusive, in depth, well rounded, squarely, all-embracing, plump, exhaustive, buxom, point-blank, filled up


Meanings of Timers:
  1. Automatic procedure for activating the device at the default time.

  2. Used to indicate how many times someone has done something.

Sentences of Timers
  1. Video timer


Meanings of Coverage:
  1. The degree to which something is related or applies to something else.

Sentences of Coverage
  1. Grammar does not provide complete language coverage.