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full term

Translation of full term in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1 (allotted time) See examples: the government's mandate is unlikely to last its full term
    es poco probable que el gobierno complete su mandato
    the pregnancy reached full term
    fue un embarazo a término
  • 2 (at universities)
    período (masculine) lectivo del cuatrimestre
    Example sentences
    • You can apply two full terms worth of previous studies before starting your official pre-thesis study.
    • I understand that when full term ends lectures and supervision also do so, but would hate to miss out on anything academic or crucially social in the Cambridge calendar between the two dates!

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