term lietuviškai

term vertimas 1. n 1) tam tikras periodas; terminas; 2) semestras; lent term pavasario semestras; 3)pl sąlygos; straipsnis, punktas; to make terms susitarti; 4)pl išraiška (kuo); terminai; in terms ofišreiškiant (kuo); in terms of moneypinigine išraiška; legal terms teisiniai terminai; in round terms grubiai tariant; in set termsaiškiai, konkrečiai; in flattering termsgiriamai; pataikaujant; 5) santykiai; to be on good (bad) terms būti geruose (bloguose) santykiuose; on speaking terms pažįstamas su kuo; not on speaking termspiktuoju, nekalbant vienas su antru; 6) mat. narys; 7) riba, ribos; 8) (teismo) sesija;2. v pavadinti, išreikšti, apibūdinti

  • short-term (adj.) trumpalaikis, artimiausias
  • long-term credit (n.) ilgalaikė paskola
  • half-term (n.) semestro vidurys
  • in the long term (adv.) vis dėlto, galop, galų gale, baigtis tuo, kad galų gale, pagaliau, galiausiai
  • school term (n.) semestras, sesija, mokslo metai
  • in the short term (adv.) trumpalaikis, artimiausias
  • term of a contract (n.) išperkamosios nuomos sutartis, išperkamoji nuoma
  • academic term (n.) semestras, sesija, mokslo metai
  • Academic term Semestras
  • Great Patriotic War (term) Didysis Tėvynės karas
  • Kung fu (term) Kung fu
  • Long-Term Capital Management
  • Whitefish (fisheries term) Balta žuvis
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (word) a word or expression used for some particular thing Type of: word
  • (time period) a limited period of time Type of: time period
  • (statement) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement
  • (quantity) any distinct quantity contained in a polynomial Type of: quantity
  • (grammatical constituent) one of the substantive phrases in a logical proposition Type of: grammatical constituent. Part of: proposition
  • (point in time) 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; originally used as a boundary marker in ancient Rome
  • (name) to name formally or designate with a term Type of: name
  • (grammar) the end of a word (a suffix, inflectional ending, or final morpheme)
  • (change of state) the act of ending something
  • (end) a coming to an end of a contract period
  • (station) station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods
  • (fatal) causing or ending in, or approaching, death
  • (being, situated, end) being or situated at an end
  • (pertaining adjective) of, relating to, or situated at the ends of a delivery route
  • (closing) occurring at or forming an end or termination

term sinonimai academic session, academic term, appellation, condition, deadline, delay, designation, duration, expression, full term, installment, instalment, interval, locution, name, period, period of repayment, phrase, proposition, provision, quarter, reprieve, school term, session, span, spell, stay, stay of execution, stipulation, terminal figure, terminus, term of repayment, terms, time limit, trimester, word, give a name to

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