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Translation of término in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 6
    also: términos masculino plural
    (condiciones, especificaciones)
    terms plural
    según los términos de este acuerdo
    according to the terms of this agreement
    estar en buenos/malos términos con alguien
    to be on good/bad terms with somebody
    nuestra relación sigue en buenos términos
    our relationship remains on a good footing o we are still on good terms
  • 7 (Colombia) (México) (Cocina) ¿qué término quiere la carne?
    how would you like your meat (done)?
Example sentences
  • Iván Kaviedes también fue expulsado al término del encuentro.
  • Richard Acuña Núñez lamentó que cuestiones personales ocasionaran que esta sea la comisión que menos produjo en términos de leyes.
  • Ello implica que usted acepta expresamente los términos y condiciones generales.

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