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Synonyms for term

come to terms

Synonyms

  • come to an agreement
  • reach agreement
  • come to an understanding
  • conclude agreement

come to terms with something

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  • learn to live with
  • come to accept
  • be reconciled to
  • reach acceptance of

in terms of

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Synonyms for term

a limited or specific period of time during which something happens, lasts, or extends

the period during which someone or something exists

a specific length of time characterized by the occurrence of certain conditions or events

a sound or combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning

an established position from which to operate or deal with others

to describe with a word or term

Synonyms for term

a word or expression used for some particular thing

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(usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement

any distinct quantity contained in a polynomial

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the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent

(architecture) a statue or a human bust or an animal carved out of the top of a square pillar

name formally or designate with a term

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Term limits work to promote diversity in the Legislature.
The '+' and '-' modifiers that specify the mandatory presence or absence of a term were used more than Boolean operators.
Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management asked several nationally recognized experts on healthcare financing to comment on the differences between a long-term care policy based on tax deductions, such as the Bush administration proposal, and one based on tax credits.
On January 24th, the Idaho House of Representatives voted 50 to 20 to scuttle a 1994 statute to impose term limits.
110(c)(2) defines the term "short-term lease" as a lease (or other agreement for occupancy or use) of retail space for 15 years or less (as determined under the rules of Sec.
Thirty-nine members of the Ohio House--Davidson included--will be forced out this year, when the eight-year term limits that voters imposed on members of the state House and Senate in 1992 finally ripen.
So, here's the history of long term care in a nutshell: The government anesthetized the public to the cost of long term care by providing free nursing home care through Medicaid and extended home health benefits through Medicare.
Meanwhile, some representatives of the core group called Long-Term Capital to discuss the terms and conditions of the consortium approach.
I have never been able to make up my mind about term limits.
Activity that suggests itself or is recommended to the defense team can be examined in terms of the likelihood that it will advance the case toward the long-term goal.
Lynch, an African-American political science professor at the University of Maryland, believes term limits are bad for politics.
The Court's unanimous decision in Darden held that for purposes of ERISA the term "employee" means the master-servant relationship as defined under the common-law agency doctrine.
And at a November 1984 briefing before NRC's commissioners on the American Nuclear Society's two-year source term review, William Stratton, the study's director, explained that research data developed during the last decade support a reduction in the source term of somewhere between a factor of 10 and 1,000.