term

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Перевод:

Noun: термин срок член период
Verb: называть выражать

Фразы:

long-term care - длительное лечение

to coin new term - вводить новый термин

term of conjunction - терм конъюнктивного выражения

to deliver on term - доставлять в срок

a term of abuse - ругательство

to extend the term of a patent - продлить срок действия патента

full-term foetus - доношенный плод

add term by term - складывать почленно

a generic term - общий термин

summer term - летний семестр

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Примеры:

The term of the contract is 60 months. - Срок действия договора составляет шестьдесят месяцев /пять лет/.

They acceded to all his terms. - Они согласились на все его условия.

She described him in glowing terms. - Она описала его в восторженных тонах.

She answered in no uncertain terms. - Её ответ был абсолютно однозначен.

The governor will run for a second term. - Губернатор будет баллотироваться на второй срок.

Such muscles are termed rotators. - Такие мышцы называются мускулами-вращателями.

Clinton's second term in office - второй срок Клинтона на посту президента

the true meaning of the term - истинное значение этого выражения

What do you understand by this term? - Что вы под этим подразумеваете? / Что вы имеете в виду?

Within the umbrella term "dementia" there are many different kinds of disease. - Под широким термином "слабоумие" скрывается множество различных заболеваний.

He left school before the end of term. - Он покинул школу, не дожидаясь конца семестра.

'Moo-cow' is a child's term. - "Коровка" — это детское слово.

The lease runs for a term of 99 years. - Договор заключён сроком на девяносто девять лет.

He spoke about them in glowing terms. - Он говорил о них в восторженных тонах.

This term paper stinks! - Эта курсовая — просто дерьмо!

The term divides on November 9th. - Серединой семестра считается 9 ноября.

a term that is difficult to define - термин, которому трудно дать определение

She just moved here at the beginning of the term. - Она переехала сюда в начале семестра.

“Nerd” is a term of derision. - “Ботан” — это насмешливое выражение.

He was sentenced to a harsh prison term. - Он был приговорён к серьёзному тюремному сроку.

His grades have improved since last term. - С прошлого семестра его оценки улучшились.

The term 'schizophrenia' is often misused. - Термин "шизофрения" часто используется неправильно.

"I had the feeling that I had been there before". "The term for that is 'déjà vu'". - — У меня возникло ощущение, что я там уже бывал. — Это называется "дежа-вю".

'Bosky' is a literary term. - Слово "bosky" (поросший лесом, тенистый, кустистый) является литературным.

the currency of a slang term - распространённость жаргонного выражения

'Skint' is a British slang term. - Слово "skint" (голяк, на мели, без гроша в кармане) — это британское жаргонное выражение.

Since the Gulf war, the term has gained new currency. - После войны в Персидском заливе данный термин вновь обрел частотность.

'Corporate' is an archaic term. - Выражение "во плоти" является архаичным.

a healthy baby born at full term - здоровый ребёнок, родившийся в срок

'Buirdly' is a Scottish term. - Слово "buirdly" (крепкий, мускулистый, хорошо сложенный) — шотландское.

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Связанные термины:

full term: the end of a pregnancy that lasted the full nine months

half term: Half-term is a short holiday in the middle of a school term.

jail term: a term of imprisonment imposed by a court

law term: an expression or word used in law

Lent term: the spring term at Cambridge University and some other educational establishments

long term: Something that is long-term has continued for a long time or will continue for a long time in the future .

near-term: of or for the immediate future

Easter term: the term at the Inns of Court following the Hilary term

field term: a university term spent in the field, such as a term spent in another country as part of a foreign language course

Hilary term: the spring term at Oxford University, the Inns of Court, and some other educational establishments

major term: the predicate of the conclusion of a syllogism, also occurring as the subject or predicate in the major premise

medium-term: The medium-term is the period of time which lasts a few months or years beyond the present time, in contrast with the short term or the long term.

middle term: the term that appears in both the major and minor premises of a syllogism, but not in the conclusion

minor term: the subject of the conclusion of a syllogism, also occurring as the subject or predicate in the minor premise

policy term: The policy term is the lifetime of an insurance policy.

short-term: Short-term is used to describe things that will last for a short time, or things that will have an effect soon rather than in the distant future .

summer term: the period in a school or university between the Easter and summer vacation

term paper: A term paper is an essay or report which a student writes on a subject that he or she has studied during a term at a school, college, or university .

term sheet: A term sheet is a non-binding listing of preliminary terms for venture capital financing .

implied term: a term which is not written in a contract but to which it is necessary to comply with or adhere to

inkhorn term: an affectedly learned and obscure borrowing from another language, esp Greek or Latin

Trinity term: the summer term at the Inns of Court and some educational establishments

Michaelmas term: the autumn term at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, the Inns of Court, and some other educational establishments

sabbatical term: denoting a period of leave granted to university staff, teachers, etc, esp approximately every seventh year

term insurance: life assurance, usually low in cost and offering no cash value, that provides for the payment of a specified sum of money only if the insured dies within a stipulated period of time

distributed term: a term applying equally to every member of the class it designates, as doctors in no doctors are overworked

long-term care: continuing care of sick or elderly people

long-term goal: Something that is your goal is something that you hope to achieve, especially when much time and effort will be needed.

long-term plan: A plan is a method of achieving something that you have worked out in detail beforehand .

long-term view: Your view of a particular subject is the way that you understand and think about it.

the long term: the time some years ahead, (as opposed to the immediate future )

fixed-term tenancy: a tenancy arrangement for a particular and fixed period

in the long term: You use the expressions in the long term, in the short term, and in the medium term to talk about what will happen over a long period of time, over a short period of time, and over a medium period of time.

long-term benefit: The benefit of something is the help that you get from it or the advantage that results from it.

long-term growth: The growth of something such as an industry, organization, or idea is its development in size, wealth, or importance .

long-term illness: Illness is the fact or experience of being ill .

long-term memory: that section of the memory storage system in which experiences are stored on a semipermanent basis

long-term outlook: The outlook for something is what people think will happen in relation to it.

long-term partner: Your partner is the person you are married to or are having a romantic or sexual relationship with.

long-term problem: A problem is a situation that is unsatisfactory and causes difficulties for people.

long-term saving: If you save, you gradually collect money by spending less than you get, usually in order to buy something that you want.

long-term solution: A solution to a problem or difficult situation is a way of dealing with it so that the difficulty is removed.

long-term strategy: A strategy is a general plan or set of plans intended to achieve something, especially over a long period.

long-term survival: If you refer to the survival of something or someone, you mean that they manage to continue or exist in spite of difficult circumstances .

long-term target: A target is a result that you are trying to achieve .

long-term trend: A trend is a change or development towards something new or different.

long-term value: The value of something is how much money it is worth .

short-term benefit: The benefit of something is the help that you get from it or the advantage that results from it.

short-term memory: that section of the memory storage system of limited capacity ( approximately seven items ) that is capable of storing material for a brief period of time

short-term outlook: The outlook for something is what people think will happen in relation to it.

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Однокоренные слова:

termer - преступник, отбывающий срок заключения в раз, официальное лицо, избранное на
termite - термит
termless - бессрочный, безграничный, независимый, не ограниченный условиями
termly - периодически
termor - владелец или арендатор недвижимости на срок или пожизненно, арендатор,
termwise - почленно, почленный, поэлементный, поэлементно

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