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Translation of "terms" - English-Turkish dictionary

terms

noun [plural]     /tɜːmz/
B2 the rules of an agreement koşullar, şartlar Under the terms of their contract, employees must give 3 months notice if they want to leave.Rules and laws
be on good/bad/friendly, etc terms
to have a good/bad, etc relationship with someone araları/ilişkileri iyi/kötü/dostâne vb. olmak; ...ilişkileri ... olmak FriendlyEnemies and rivals
not be on speaking terms
to not speak to someone because you have argued with them dargın olmak, konuşmamak, küs olmak; suskunluk döneminde olmak Falling silent and not speakingFeelings of dislike and hatred
in ... terms ( also in terms of sth)
B2 used to explain which part of a problem or situation you are referring to ...açı(sın)dan, ...bakım(ın)dan; ...yönünden/cihetinden In financial terms, the project was not a success.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
in no uncertain terms
in a direct and often angry way doğrudan ve kesin bir dille; kızarak ve yüzüne; doğrudan yüzüne I told him to go away in no uncertain terms.Blunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot saying muchNot being friendly
come to terms with sth
to accept a sad situation kabullenmek He still hasn't come to terms with his brother's death. →  See also a contradiction in terms Tolerating and enduringCoping and not copingDealing with things or peopleAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyAccepting and agreeingApproving and approval
Translations of “terms”
in Russian условия…
in Polish warunki…
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