There are 2 translations of terminal in Spanish:

terminal1

Pronunciation: /ˈtɜːrmənəl; ˈtɜːmɪnəl/

adj

  • 1.1 (of, relating to death) [cancer/illness] terminal; [patient] (en fase) terminal, desahuciado terminal boredom [colloquial/familiar] aburrimiento (masculine) mortal [colloquial/familiar] in a state of terminal decline en un estado de irreversible decadencia
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    • Because terminal illness and death are deeply personal experiences, the wishes of the dying patient should be considered.
    • The authors of the essays in this book offer great insight into the issues surrounding terminal illness and impending death.
    • To qualify for the study, participants had to have a life expectancy of six months or less and have terminal cancer or heart disease.
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    • So we have decided to do the best we can for her medically and offer her the dignity and compassion that we can, even if we know that what we really are offering is terminal care.
    • Dying patients' rights to information about their condition are often, in practice, poorly protected in the context of terminal care.
    • Now that the ‘natural death’ amendments have been passed by the legislature, I hope Taiwan will soon have more hospice wards to take care of terminal patients.
    1.2 (at end) (before noun/delante del nombre) terminal terminal station estación (feminine) terminal terminal bonus [Finance/Finanzas] bono (masculine) de vencimiento
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    • Pending a detailed examination of the needs of the telecom sector, I propose to extend the terminal date to March 31, 2005.
    • Those statutes set terminal dates for servants arriving without written indentures; in any event they seem to have applied only to English servants.
    • The terminal date of 1914 offers a retrospective view of developments during the previous half-century.

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There are 2 translations of terminal in Spanish:

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n

  • 1.1 [Transport/Transporte] (at airport) terminal (f), terminal (m) (Chile) train terminal estación (feminine) terminal bus terminal terminal (feminine) or (Chile) (masculine) de autobuses
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    • The omnipresence of television is now reflected even in bus terminals, railway stations and, why even hospitals, he points out.
    • Detectives believe they will try to flee the UK and all ports, airports, ferry terminals and railway stations were alerted to the possibility as soon as officers had details of their identities over a week ago.
    • Interchanges between urban transport modes, terminals and stations are the locations where most barriers exist.
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    • The Kansas City airport terminals were evacuated and passengers took shelter in tunnels, but there were no deaths reported in the metropolitan area of over one million people.
    • The Government is set to give the go-ahead to the building of a second terminal at Dublin Airport before the summer.
    • Passengers at airports and terminals across the country waited for hours for flights that did not materialise.
    1.2 [Computing/Informática] terminal (masculine)
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    • Each morning intelligence analysts log on at their computer terminals and enter the Dictionary system.
    • Early terminals provided just a user interface, leaving the processing to powerful mainframes.
    • Pollsters sit in front of a computer terminal and enter the responses they're given.
    1.3 [Electricity/Electricidad] terminal (m), polo (m)
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    • The zinc and the copper are the anode and cathode terminals of your potato battery.
    • A circuit arrangement for supplying a discharge lamp with a direct current includes input terminals for connection to a supply voltage source.
    • An electrical connection between a high voltage terminal and a spark plug head.

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