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term

noun /təːm/
a (usually limited) period of time
peine; mandat, période
a term of imprisonment a term of office.
a division of a school or university year
trimestre
the autumn term.
a word or expression
terme
Myopia is a medical term for short-sightedness.
terms noun plural the rules or conditions of an agreement or bargain
conditions
They had a meeting to arrange terms for an agreement.
fixed charges (for work, service etc)
conditions
The firms sent us a list of their terms.
a relationship between people
termes
They are on bad/friendly terms.
come to terms to reach an agreement or understanding
arriver à un accord avec
They came to terms with the enemy.
to find a way of living with or tolerating (some personal trouble or difficulty)
faire face à, s’adapter (à)
He managed to come to terms with his illness.
in terms of using as a means of expression, a means of assessing value etc
en fonction de, du point de vue de
He thought of everything in terms of money.
(Definition of term from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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