(defs 10, 11).
the punctuation mark (.) used at the end of a sentence that is not a question or exclamation, after abbreviations, etc Also called (esp US and Canadian) period
noun 1. full operation; greatest activity: For the first time in years the factory was in full swing. The meeting was in full swing when we arrived. see: in full swing
- Full-thickness flap
full-thickness flap n. A surgical flap consisting of the full thickness of the mucosa and submucosa or skin and subcutaneous tissues.
[foo l-turm] /ˈfʊlˈtɜrm/ adjective 1. of or noting the entire duration of normal pregnancy. 2. serving the complete designated term of office: He was not a full-term president.
- Full-thickness graft
full-thickness graft n. A skin graft including the full thickness of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.