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2 Translation results for term in Spanish

noun | verb

term noun

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término, plazo, período; término (en matemáticas); vocablo

Example sentences of
term noun

  • “I had the feeling that I had been there before.” “The term for that is ‘déjà vu.’”
  • That's an outdated term that no one uses anymore.
  • He spoke about them in glowing terms.
  • The law had been understood in broad terms.
  • The governor will run for a second term.
  • He is currently serving his third term in the U.S. Senate.
  • He was sentenced to a ten-year term in the state penitentiary.
  • The term of the contract is 60 months.
  • His grades have improved since last term.
  • English 122 is not offered this term.

Synonyms of
term noun

Detailed synonyms for term noun

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term verb

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termed, has termed, is terming, terms
calificar de, llamar, nombrar

Example sentences of
term verb

  • They termed the structure a “double helix.”
  • The project was termed a success.
  • They termed the structure a "double helix."

Related phrases for term

Reverse translation for term

término  - end, conclusion, term, expression, period, term of office 
plazo  - period, term, installment 
período  - period 
término  (en matemáticas) - end, conclusion, term, expression, period, term of office 
vocablo  - word 
llamar  - to name, to call, to call, to summon, to phone, to call up 
nombrar  - to appoint, to mention, to name 
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