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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis term reiškia 1. n 1) tam tikras periodas; terminas; 2) semestras; lent term pavasario semestras; 3)pl sąlygos; straipsnis, punktas; to make terms susitarti; 4)pl išraiška (kuo); terminai; in terms ofišreiškiant (kuo); in terms of moneypinigine išraiška; legal terms te lietuviškai.

Term tarimas:

  • /tə:m/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: A limited period of time.
  • noun: A period of time that is assigned to a person to serve: a six-year term as senator. See Synonyms at period.
  • noun: A period when a school or court is in session.
  • noun: A point in time at which something ends; termination: an apprenticeship nearing its term.
  • noun: The end of a normal gestation period: carried the fetus to term.
  • noun: A deadline, as for making a payment.
  • noun: Law A fixed period of time for which an estate is granted.
  • noun: Law An estate granted for a fixed period.
  • noun: A word or group of words having a particular meaning: had to explain the term gridlock.
  • noun: Language of a certain kind; chosen words: spoke in rather vague terms; praised him in glowing terms.
  • noun: One of the elements of a proposed or concluded agreement; a condition. Often used in the plural: offered favorable peace terms; one of the terms of the lease; the terms of a divorce settlement.
  • noun: The relationship between two people or groups; personal footing: on good terms with her in-laws.
  • noun: Mathematics One of the quantities composing a ratio or fraction or forming a series.
  • noun: Mathematics One of the quantities connected by addition or subtraction signs in an equation; a member.
  • noun: Logic Each of the two concepts being compared or related in a proposition.
  • noun: A stone or post marking a boundary, especially a squared and downward-tapering pillar adorned with a head and upper torso.
  • noun: An architectural or decorative motif resembling such a marker.
  • verb-transitive: To designate; call.
  • idiom: in terms of As measured or indicated by; in units of: distances expressed in terms of kilometers as well as miles; cheap entertainment, but costly in terms of time wasted.
  • idiom: in terms of In relation to; with reference to: "facilities planned and programmed in terms of their interrelationships, instead of evolving haphazardly” ( Wharton Magazine).


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • terminas
  • semestras
  • lent term pavasario semestras
  • sąlygos
  • to make terms susitarti
  • išraiška (kuo)
  • terminai
  • in terms ofišreiškiant (kuo)
  • in terms of moneypinigine išraiška
  • legal terms te
  • tam tikras periodas
  • straipsnis
  • punktas
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