Full service

Full service

Full service is a term that has many different uses. In general the term implies that the customer will receive as much service as is reasonably possible.

Gas station

A full service gas station indicates that besides pumping your fuel, the attendant will also wash your windows and check your vehicle's fluids.


Full availability of requisite standardized industry amenities; not limited to, but including the following: on-premise restaurants, room service, business center, concierge, fitness center, banquet halls, various room type selection (suites, etc.)

Car wash

A full service car wash indicates that in addition to simple washing your vehicle, the attendants will wash the interior glass, vacuum the interior and clean the seats.


A full service radio format consists of a mixture of news, music and talk shows, aimed toward a wide audience.

Paid sexual service

Full service is usually used by a massage parlour or outcall service to indicate that the individuals working as adult service providers will provide sexual intercourse.

Rest area

A full service rest area is one that offers a gas station, food, rest rooms and other amenities for travelers.


A full service engineering firm indicates that all engineering disciplines and staff required to construct a building or complete a building project are housed within the same company. The included disciplines are: Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Plumbing Engineering.

Food service

A full service restaurant is used to describe a facility with table service.

See also

*Full Service Network

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  • full-service — [fool′sʉr′vis] adj. 1. offering the complete range of services for a business of its type [a full service bank] 2. offering service; not self service [a full service gas station] …   English World dictionary

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  • full-service — full′ serv′ice adj. bus offering a wide range of services related to the basic line of business: a full service filling station[/ex] • Etymology: 1955–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • full-service — adjective Date: 1934 providing comprehensive service of a particular kind < a full service bank > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • full-service — ¦ ̷ ̷ ¦ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ adjective : providing comprehensive service of a particular kind a full service bank * * * /fool serr vis/, adj. Com. offering or providing a wide range of services related to the basic line of business, as when a filling station …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Full Service — Full Ser|vice [ fʊl zøɐ̯vɪs ], der; , s <englisch> (Rundum Kundendienst) …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

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