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Translation of "term" - English-Arabic dictionary

term

noun   /tɜːm/
A2 one of the periods of time that the school or university year is divided into فَصْل دِراسي We’ve got a test at the end of term.
a word or phrase that is used to mean a particular thing مُصْطَلَح a legal/scientific/medical term
a fixed period of time فَصْل / مُدَّة مُحَدَّدة a prison term Senators serve a six-year term.
A2 one of the periods of time that a school or college year is divided into فَصْل دِراسي The fall term starts September 7.
in the short/long term
over a period of time that continues for a short time or a long time into the future عَلى المَدى القريب/البعيد In the short term we do not expect an improvement in sales.
terms [plural]
the rules of an agreement شُروط
in… terms
used to explain which part of a situation you mean بِخُصوص In financial terms, the project was not a success.
come to terms with something
to accept a sad situation يَقْبَل بِالوَضْع الرَّاهِن He still hasn’t come to terms with his brother’s death.
not be on speaking terms
to not speak to someone because you have argued with them لا يَتَكَلّم مَع
(Definition of term from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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