[foo l-kawrt, -kohrt] /ˈfʊlˌkɔrt, -ˌkoʊrt/
Basketball. a tactic of harassing, close-guarding defense in which the team without the ball pressures the opponent man-to-man the entire length of the court in order to disrupt dribbling or passing and force a turnover:
Suddenly behind by eighteen points, they went to a full-court press.
a vigorous attack or offensive.
(basketball) the tactic of harrying the opposing team in all areas of the court, as opposed to the more usual practice of trying to defend one’s own basket
An all-out effort to exert pressure. For example, She’d learned over the years how to deliver a full-court press of guilt. The term alludes to a basketball tactic in which the defenders put pressure on the opposing team over the entire court, trying to disrupt their dribbling and passing. [ Late 1900s ]
adjective 1. denoting or made with whole unskimmed milk
Design of integrated circuits at the transistor or polygon level. This is in contrast to the use of libraries of components. Full-custom design requires considerable skill and experience and is usually only feasible for simple circuits, especially ones with much repetition, such as memory device, where a small saving in the size and power consumption […]
[foo l-kuht] /ˈfʊlˈkʌt/ adjective, Jewelry. 1. (of a brilliant) cut with 58 facets, including the table and culet.
- Full cutoff light fixture
noun a type of streetlight with no light emitted above horizontal, no light dispersion or direct glare to shine above a 90-degree, horizontal plane from the base of the fixture Examples Full cut-off fixtures must be installed in a horizontal position as designed, or the purpose of the design is defeated, and disability glare will […]