fixed-term

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fixed-term (comparative more fixed-term, superlative most fixed-term)

  1. Only lasting for an pre-arranged time.
    Have you got an indefinite or a fixed-term contract of employment?
    • 2003, John G. Duddington, Employment Law, page 184:
      This is fixed-term in the sense that the duration is not unlimited but is limited by the time it takes to complete a task.