Word: term

Category: term

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Synonyms: term

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Translations: term

spanish
expresión, término, mandato, trimestre, plazo


german
semester, saison, spielzeit, fachausdruck, laufzeit, ...

french
terme, parole, listing, mot, temps, ...

italian
espressione, termine

portuguese
termo, tergiversar, vocábulo, expressão

dutch
vakterm, uitdrukking, term

russian
предел, термин, слово, сессия, срок, ...

norwegian
periode, termin, semester

swedish
term, termin

finnish
kausi, lukukausi, käsite, nimitys, ehto, ...

danish
udtryk

czech
čas, doba, lhůta, semestr, čtvrtletí, ...

polish
człon, kadencja, termin, term, kategoria, ...

hungarian
tag, határnap, szemeszter, szakszó, szó, ...

turkish
vade, kavram

greek
τρίμηνο, διορία, όρος

ukrainian
термін, сесія, умова, строк

bulgarian
срок

estonian
oskussõna, tähtaeg, semester

croatian
pojam, granica, označiti, nazvati, trajanje

icelandic
heiti

romanian
termen

slovenian
subjekt, termín

slovak
termín, subjekt, období

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The meaning and "use of": term

noun
  • a word or phrase used to describe a thing or to express a concept, especially in a particular kind of language or branch of study.
  • a fixed or limited period for which something, e.g., office, imprisonment, or investment, lasts or is intended to last.
  • each of the periods in the year, alternating with holidays or vacations, during which instruction is given in a school, college, or university, or during which a court holds sessions.
  • conditions under which an action may be undertaken or agreement reached; stipulated or agreed-upon requirements.
  • each of the quantities in a ratio, series, or mathematical expression.

verb
  • give a descriptive name to; call by a specified name.

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