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Detailed Translations for term from English to Spanish

term:

term [the ~] noun

  1. the term (designation; name)
    la noción
  2. the term (period; period of time; space of time; time; space)
    el período
  3. the term (denomination; name; title)
    la denominación
  4. the term (duration; running time; period)
  5. the term (condition; requisite; stipulation)
    la condición
  6. the term (expression; phrase; statement; )
    el modismo; el dicho; el giro
  7. the term (school-hours; school-time; school-years)

term verb

  1. term (denominate; call; name)

Translation Matrix for term:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
condición condition; requisite; stipulation; term circumstances; condition; criterion; form; frame of mind; mental condition; mental make-up; mental state; mentality; mind-set; mood; premise; reservation; restriction; shape; situation; state; state of mind; stipulation
denominación denomination; name; term; title fame; name; reputation; respectability
dicho expression; meaning; phrase; saying; statement; term; turn of phrase aphorism; formulation; maxim; saying; wording
giro expression; meaning; phrase; saying; statement; term; turn of phrase Giro transfer; Girobank; Post Office Giro; about-turn; bank giro; change; crisis; curve; emergency situation; giro; giro account; inversion; meanness; miserliness; payment by Giro; reversal; revolution; rotation; state of emergency; stinginess; swerve; turn; turning-point; u turn
horas de colegio school-hours; school-time; school-years; term
llamar calling away; calling off; ringing; ringing the bell
modismo expression; meaning; phrase; saying; statement; term; turn of phrase
noción designation; name; term awareness; brain; concept; conception; consciousness; conviction; creed; discernment; disposition; idea; image; inclination; insight; mind; notion; opinion; realisation; realization; reason; thought; understanding; view; vision
período period; period of time; space; space of time; term; time age; developmental stage; epoch; era; gap; hour; interim; interval; little while; menses; menstruation; period; period of time; phase; space of time; stage; time
plazo de validez duration; period; running time; term validity
plazo de vigencia duration; period; running time; term validity
- condition; full term; terminal figure; terminus
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
calificar call; denominate; name; term call; mention; name; price; qualify; stamp one's foot
llamar call; denominate; name; term announce; appeal to; call; call in; call over; call up; enlist; give a ring; give notice of; invoke; list; make a call; mention; name; phone; phone someone; remind; ring; ring the doorbell; ring up; send for; sound; stamp one's foot; subpoena; summon; telephone
nombrar call; denominate; name; term advise; appeal; appoint; blame; call; consider; elect; establish; have in mind; instal; install; institute; list; mention; name; nominate; present; propose; rebuke; recommend; reprimand; stamp one's foot; suggest
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
condición condition
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- denomination; designation; period of time; phase
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dicho mentioned; said

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Related Definitions for "term":

  1. (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 Rome1
  2. any distinct quantity contained in a polynomial1
    • the general term of an algebraic equation of the n-th degree1
  3. a word or expression used for some particular thing1
    • he learned many medical terms1
  4. one of the substantive phrases in a logical proposition1
    • the major term of a syllogism must occur twice1
  5. (usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement1
    • the terms of the treaty were generous1
  6. a limited period of time1
    • a prison term1
    • he left school before the end of term1
  7. the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent1
  8. name formally or designate with a term1
  9. A word or phrase that stands for a concept used in a particular subject area.2

Wiktionary Translations for term:

term
noun
  1. limitation, restriction or regulation
  2. word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge
  3. part of a year
  4. period of time, time limit
  5. one of the addends in a sum

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
term plazo; término termijn — een vast tijdstip waarop iets gaat gebeuren of iets gebeurd moet zijn
term término term — een woord of uitdrukking
term idea; noción; concepto Begriff — eine Semantik Einheit im Unterschied zum Wort oder zur Wortgruppe als sprachlicher Einheit
term marca; descripción; denominación BezeichnungSemiotik: Code aus Zeichen und Symbolen, der auf einen Gegenstand oder Begriff verweist.
term termine TermLinguistik: ein Wort, Fachwort, einen Ausdruck, Begriff oder auch eine BezeichnungWikipedia-Artikel Terminus
term termine; espressione algebrica; espressione TermMathematik: Teil einer mathematischen Formel
term término Terminus — Wort der Fachsprache eines (wissenschaftlichen) Sachgebietes
term palabra WortLinguistik: kleinste, eine selbstständige Bedeutung tragende Einheit der Sprache, eine grammatische Einheit
term condición conditionnature, état ou qualité d’une chose ou d’une personne.
term nombrar; nominar; llamar nommer — Attribuer, imposer un nom à une personne ou une chose. (Sens général).
term periodo périodetemps qu’une chose met à accomplir les phases de sa durée.
term término; vocablo terme — mot
term expresión terme — élément d'une addition ou d'une soustraction
term trimestre trimestre — Espace de trois mois.

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