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the terms (of a contract): los términos (de un contrato)
to come to term llegar a término
to come to terms (with something) resignarse a, aceptar (algo)
a University term un semestre, un trimestre (universitario)
terms of endearment un apodo cariñoso (ej: amorcito, cariño, cielo, etc)

a term (in politics): un mandato

a term (in language): un término, una palabra

short-term, medium-term, long-term: corto plazo, medio plazo, largo plazo


  • "Still, Miracle Juices' founders, Bruno Delavigne and Horatio Oléré, have refused to accept the initial terms of the offer, leading to prolonged bargaining sessions behind closed doors."
  • "Are we willing, to accept the terms and conditions of our arrangement?"
  • "Of the many trendy movements gaining popularity within elitist circles, the "local food" movement may have the most momentum. The term describes the growing preference of some consumers to eat only locally or regionally-produced food rather than food which has traveled great distances before arriving on their plate."
  • "The preferred term is "gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender"."
  • "Those are our terms."
  • "Is that a motoring term?"
  • "Lawyer : Uh, Mr. Capone, for legal purposes, I'd like you to refrain from using the term "gangster" to describe yourself."
  • "I accept your terms."
  • "You of all people should know that "Indian giver" isn't an acceptable term."
  • "Managers come in many different shapes and forms. There are many types of managers and many different terms that describe different managers."

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