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terms is term's Plural Form

term

US [tɜrm]
UK [tɜː(r)m]
  • n.条款;说法;价钱;措辞
  • v.把…称为
  • Web术语;条件;学期
Plural Form:terms  Present Participle:terming  Past Tense:termed  
terms
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n.
1.
(协议、合同等的)条件,条款the conditions that people offer, demand or accept when they make an agreement, an arrangement or a contract
peace terms
和平条件
Under the terms of the agreement , their funding of the project will continue until 2015.
根据协议条款,他们为这个项目提供资金,直到 2015 年为止。
They failed to agree on the terms of a settlement.
他们未能就和解的条件达成协议。
These are the terms and conditions of your employment.
这些是聘用你的条件。
2.
(交易的)条件;价钱;费用conditions that you agree to when you buy, sell, or pay for sth; a price or cost
to buy sth on easy terms(= paying for it over a long period)
按分期付款方式购买
My terms are £20 a lesson.
每教一堂课我收费 20 英镑。
3.
表达方式;措辞;说法a way of expressing yourself or of saying sth
We wish to protest in the strongest possible terms(= to say we are very angry) .
我们想要以最强硬的措辞抗议。
I'll try to explain in simple terms.
我会尽量讲得通俗易懂。
The letter was brief, and couched in very polite terms .
这封信内容简短,措辞特别客气。

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