full-year ˈfull-year adjective [only before a noun]
ACCOUNTING full-year earnings, profits, results etc are for a complete period of 12 months, rather than a shorter period of time:

• Despite the fourth-quarter deficit, the airline had a full-year profit of $94.5 million.

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full-year UK US adjective [before noun]
ACCOUNTING relating to a whole financial year, rather than part of a year: full-year profits/results »

The company published its full-year results this week.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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