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British English: /təːm/
American English: /tərm/

Translation of term in Italian:


also: terms plural noun

  • 1 (conditions)
    (of agreement, treaty, contract) termini (masculine) , condizioni (feminine) , clausole (feminine)
    (of will) disposizioni (feminine)
    under o by the terms of the agreement, of the contract
    ai termini dell'accordo, del contratto
    under the terms of the will (Law)
    secondo le disposizioni del defunto
    name your own terms
    dettate le vostre condizioni
    terms and conditions (Law) terms of sale, payment
    modalità di vendita, pagamento
    terms of trade (Business, Economics)
    ragioni di scambio
    credit terms on easy terms (Business)
    con agevolazioni di pagamento
    peace terms (Politics) terms of surrender (Politics) terms of reference
    sfera di competenza
    that question is not within our terms of reference
  • 3 (relations)
    rapporti (masculine)
    relazioni (feminine)
    to be on good, bad terms with somebody
    essere in buoni, cattivi rapporti con qualcuno
    they are on friendly terms
    sono in buoni rapporti
    they are on first name terms
    si danno del tu
  • 4 (point of view)in his, their terms
    secondo il suo, il loro punto di vista
  • 5
    also: in terms of
    (as expressed by) espresso in, in funzione di (also Mathematics)
    to express something in terms of cost, of colour
    esprimere qualcosa in base al prezzo, al colore
    (from the point of view of) dal punto di vista di
    they are equals in terms of age and experience
    sono uguali per quanto concerne l'età e l'esperienza
    the novel is weak in terms of plot, of style
    il romanzo è debole dal punto di vista della trama, dello stile
    they own very little in terms of real property
    possiedono ben pochi beni immobili
    I was thinking in terms of how much it would cost, how long it would take
    stavo cercando di calcolare quanto costerebbe, quanto tempo ci vorrebbe

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