Similar words: in terms of, come to terms with, term, long-term, short-term, permit, German, fisherman. Meaning: [tɜrm /tɜːm] n. 1. status with respect to the relations between people or groups 2. the amount of money needed to purchase something.
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1. He phrased his criticisms in careful terms.
2. His objection was couched in the strongest terms.
3. The terms of settlement seem just.
4. These are the terms and conditions of your employment.
5. There are three terms in a school year.
6. A siege often brings them to terms.
7. He couldn't persuade me into accepting his terms.
8. The meeting ended on reasonably amicable terms.
9. We're not on intimate terms with our neighbours.
10. What are the terms of the peace treaty?
11. It turns out Levy is talking in metaphorical terms.
12. In practical terms[Sentencedict.com], it means spending less.
13. The terms of the contract are under review.
14. The terms of the contract are very unclear.
15. He couldn't come to terms with his sexuality.
16. It is important to define these terms accurately.
17. Femininity is still defined in terms of beauty.
18. She violated the terms of the contract repeatedly.
19. He couched his demands in very polite terms.
20. To be brief, we can't accept such harsh terms.
21. The academic year is divided into two terms.
22. Hot and cold are contrary terms.
23. They are in no position to dictate terms .
24. The terms of the contract are subject to review.
25. He was reelected for four consecutive terms.
26. The book is well organized in terms of plot.
27. The UN will dictate the terms of troop withdrawal from the region.
28. He refused on principle to agree to the terms of the treaty.
29. She is still coming to terms with the failure of her marriage.
30. The research shows that pre-school children are capable of thinking in abstract terms.
More similar words: in terms of, come to terms with, term, long-term, short-term, permit, German, fisherman, permission, undermine, never mind, supermarket, furthermore, bewilderment, outer, later, alter, water, meter, after, letter, voter, poster, latter, terror, mutter, oyster, filter, foster, hunter.