Sinônimos de term
a word or expression, esp. one used in a specialized field of knowledgeWhat's the medical term for a heart attack?
The word `ginseng' comes from the Chinese word `Shen-seng'.
I don't even know if Sullivan is his real name.
He uses some remarkably coarse expressions.
She has been awarded the title Professor.
the Latin phrase, `mens sana in corpore sano'
Level 4 alert is a designation reserved for very serious incidents.
We were known by the appellation of `green coats'.
`Sister boy' - that's an odd locution if ever there was one.
one of the periods of the year when a school, university, or college is open or a lawcourt holds sessionsthe summer term
a period of timea 12-month term of service
a period of a few months
For a long time I didn't tell anyone.
There has been a spell of dry weather.
They walked on in silence for a while.
birds arriving for the breeding season
They've come a long way in a short space of time.
There was a long interval of silence.
The batteries had a life span of six hours.
the duration of the trial
the period of pregnancy when childbirth is imminentThey successfully carried their babies to term.
At the conclusion of the programme, viewers were invited to phone in.
She brought the interview to an abrupt end.
Her retirement brings to a close a successful chapter in the school's history.
I intend to see the job through to the finish.
This week's events are the culmination of a long-running row between the two countries.
to name, call, or describe as beingHe had been termed a temporary employee.
They called their daughter Mischa.
My mother insisted on naming me Horace.
Too often the press are labelled as irresponsible.
people who would like to style themselves as great thinkers
an instrumental piece entitled `Changing States'
The critics still tagged him with his old name.
He dubbed it the most exciting film currently in cinemas.
one man interviewed in our study, whom we shall designate as `Mr E'
he saw scarcely a single elevation that he cared to denominate a hill
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in the sense of appellation
a name or titleWe were known by the appellation of `green coats'.
in the sense of close
the end or conclusionHer retirement brings to a close a successful chapter in the school's history.
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