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full-service

From Longman Business Dictionaryfull-serviceˈfull-ˌservice adjective [only before a noun] American EnglishCOMMERCE full-service companies, hotels etc offer a complete range of activities or servicesCompanies need to hire managers who have the skills to direct a full-service drug company, not just a research laboratory.The bank operates full-service banking centres in nine states.
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