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terminal

noun   /ˈtɜː·mɪ·nəl/
a building where you can get onto a plane, bus, or ship terminal
a piece of equipment consisting of a keyboard and screen, used for communicating with the part of a computer system that deals with information terminal 1396
(Definition of terminal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

terminal

noun /ˈtəːminəl/
a building containing the arrival and departure areas for passengers at an airport or one in the centre/center of a city or town where passengers can buy tickets for air travel etc and can be transported by bus etc to an airport terminal an air terminal.
a usually large station at either end of a railway/railroad line, or one for long-distance buses terminal a bus terminal.
in an electric circuit, a point of connection to a battery etc borne the positive/negative terminal.
a device linked to a computer by which the computer can be operated. terminal
terminally adverb
en fase terminal She is terminally ill.
(Definition of terminal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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