termnoun

  • ja用語
  • ena word, group or words, or expression used for some particular thing

Examples

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What's sputum?
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Sputum's an old term for mucus.
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Tell your puppet to quit being mean to me!
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Don't call him a puppet!
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That's an offensive term!
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We're not seeing a chick flick.
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It's a romantic comedy.
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And I find the term "chick flick" insulting.
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Whatever.

Other meanings for term...

termnoun

  • ja期間、時間
  • en(can also be 'terms') the fixed condition for an agreement
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And so as Google came into Austin and got permission to move into Austin,
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we stepped in immediately behind Google and said,
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"We want the same terms and conditions."
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We got the same terms and conditions, and guess what?
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We beat Google to market by over a year.
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Hunt and Webber get their jobs back.
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And Pierce and Altman become co-chiefs, and you find the money to cover it.
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And Alex Karev and Hayes can co-chief.
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Or we all quit.
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Agree to our terms, Tom.
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And then, you get to just take all the credit with Catherine.
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Our role is simple.
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Through technology, we help merchants and customers connect
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and conduct a business on their terms
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and in ways that best serve their unique needs.
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I'd say our terms of agreement were pretty clear.
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Uh-huh.
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You and your brotherhood manage my operations,
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and I permit you to maintain yours for a bit of your profits.
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Larry Kenswill and other music executives were called up to Apple's Cupertino offices
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to negotiate terms that would define the future of the music industry.
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The negotiation was classic Steve Jobs.
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He simply said, "If I can't sell for $0.99 on my Store, I am not selling it."
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That's it.
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No discussion.
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Mr. Valetik, haven't seen you in a while.
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You have something to add?
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l led her to that bar.
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We were working a case. No alcohol was consumed.
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She still violated the terms of her parole by missing her court date.
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She lost track of time because she was gathering evidence to prove our client's innocence.
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She missed her court date because she was pursuing justice.
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And if you are involuntarily denied boarding, there’s nothing you can do about it.
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That’s because when you book a flight, you’re agreeing to an airline's contract of carriage.
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The terms and conditions within that contract state
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that the airline has the right to deny boarding to any passenger they wish.
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News from our enemies, Lord Vexler.
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I have just received word from the Valdrogians that they wish to sue for peace.
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Congratulations, Your Grace.
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Ah, it was not my victory alone.
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I must send a royal emissary to discuss the terms of their surrender.
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I am choosing you to represent our kingdom.
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I am honored.