Definition of termly in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈtɜːmli/

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adjective& adverb

Happening or done once in each school, college, university, or law term: [as adjective]: termly examinations [as adverb]: the committee meets termly
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  • Another article discussed children's stress before taking their final primary school examinations or termly tests.
  • A student has been left with a broken nose after a fight at the termly cocktails party held by Christ Church's drinking society, the Cardinals.
  • The duties of the Professor include giving termly public lectures, and an oration at honorary degree ceremonies, as well as the ability to judge and award a number of poetry prizes to the value of many thousands of pounds.

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