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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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References in classic literature ?
Still, I said, let us have a more precise statement of terms, lest we should hereafter fall out by the way.
Admitting this to be true of desire generally, let us suppose a particular class of desires, and out of these we will select hunger and thirst, as they are termed, which are the most obvious of them?
And so of more and less, and of other correlative terms, such as the double and the half, or again, the heavier and the lighter, the swifter and the slower; and of hot and cold, and of any other relatives;--is not this true of all of them?
The object of science is knowledge (assuming that to be the true definition), but the object of a particular science is a particular kind of knowledge; I mean, for example, that the science of house-building is a kind of knowledge which is defined and distinguished from other kinds and is therefore termed architecture.
Would you not say that thirst is one of these essentially relative terms, having clearly a relation--
"Oh, Walter, your father never had such a chance as this!" said my mother, when she had read the note of terms and had handed it back to me.
"Such distinguished people to know," remarked Sarah, straightening herself in the chair; "and on such gratifying terms of equality too!"
"Yes, yes; the terms, in every sense, are tempting enough," I replied impatiently.
The term of office of congressmen and senators is fixed by the Constitution, while the term of office of local government officials is fixed by the Local Government Code of 1991.
Other positions on the ballot include a two-year unexpired term for Planning Board, a one-year term for Planning Board associate, a three-year term and a one-year term for trustee of the Henry Woods Memorial Library; a five-year term for the Barre Housing Authority; and a three-year term as constable.
The loan featured a rate of 6.00% and a 10-year term. The transaction was negotiated by David Hayum.
The Long Term Care Professional Leadership Council first met in September to explore ways to collaborate across our associations to strengthen LTC leadership.
By appropriating the traditional term marriage and giving it a new meaning unacceptable to all major religions, the government has left us no choice but to use new terms.
Let [phi] be the zeroth-order eigenfunction corresponding to the discrete term, and [[psi].sub.n] the one corresponding to the eigenvalue [E.sub.n].
Did the person do something industry-impacting that he or she is considered "the father of," such as a new method in long term care?