мӯҳлат, семестр, узвҳои бадан
Noun(1) a word or expression used for some particular thing(2) a limited period of time(3) (usually plural(4) any distinct quantity contained in a polynomial(5) one of the substantive phrases in a logical proposition(6) the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent(7) (architecture
Verb(1) name formally or designate with a term
(1) As she progresses toward the end of her pregnancy term , she will usually demand to eat more and more.(2) The main issues in the contract dispute are wages, harassment language and the term of the agreement.(3) term of imprisonment(4) the president is elected for a single four-year term(5) Another significant section of the overturned clauses dealt with a fixed term of office for the Chief Prosecutor.(6) Just days into his first term in office, he already recognized that the roles of senator and psychologist are similar.(7) Such recess appointments, though rare, allow a federal judge to serve a limited term .(8) The study was limited to babies born to first-time mothers who went into labor spontaneously and at term .(9) He was in good general health, was born at term and was fully immunized, appropriate to his age.(10) All of the mothers studied were in spontaneous labor at term with singleton pregnancies in cephalic presentations.(11) A healthy child was delivered at term , and the couple will be offered prenatal diagnosis in subsequent pregnancies.(12) In the clinic the girl's mother told me that, although born at term , Susan had weighed but 3 pounds.(13) The child was born at term with an uneventful antenatal, perinatal, and postnatal history.(14) during term time(15) at term(16) Nevertheless, it is impossible to deliver all term breech pregnancies by caesarean section.
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11. call ::
Different Formspreterm, term, termed, terming, termly, terms
Word Example from TV Shows
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Yeah, there should be
a TERM for that.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19
The TERM was coined in 1976
by economist Fred Hirsch...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15
I've got another
technical TERM for you.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5
So I believe the TERM you're looking for...
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 23
Perhaps if you planned
for the short TERM,
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6
English to Tajik Dictionary: term
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