Terms

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

come to terms   (llegar a un acuerdo)

In April 2008, ESPN described Leaf as having come to terms with his past.

Filled with grief and guilt, Paul tried to come to terms with Anne's death.

Brown had come to terms with Montreal to extend his contract for another year.

served two terms   (cumplió dos mandatos)

She also served two terms on the Cheshire Town Council.

He served two terms (1841–1846, 1846–1851).

He was reelected in 1848 and served two terms, 1847 to 1851.

good terms   (Buenos términos)

They have since made amends and are now on good terms.

Arthur and his mother were not on good terms.

On the other hand, he gets in good terms with her mother.

consecutive terms

He served three consecutive terms in that position.

In 1966, the "two consecutive terms" rule was established.

Bush was re-elected to consecutive terms in 2010 and 2016.

terms such

Treaties instead used terms such as "seat of government."

Previously, simpler terms such as "post" appear to have been used.

This has led to new terms such as "cyberwarfare" and "cyberterrorism".

expressed in terms

This description is expressed in terms of an abugida.

The efficiency of an enzyme can be expressed in terms of "k"/"K".

This strict upper limit is expressed in terms of the channel capacity.

both in terms

Reaction to the Aura was positive, both in terms of reviews and sales.

The smallest municipality (also both in terms of population and area) is Herstappe (Limburg).

He was later greatly influenced by James Cotton, both in terms of musical style and band format.

terms used

Here are the terms used in some of the main references.

The most common terms used are listed below.

The common terms used in the theory are chiefly due to the founders.

own terms

"It's a good mystery on its own terms," he said.

She yearns to be free and live life on her own terms.

It is a puzzle and on its own terms forbids solutions.

defined in terms

Cardinality is defined in terms of bijective functions.

: Ecore is defined in terms of itself).

The SI second was defined in terms of the caesium atom in 1967.

terms and conditions

The terms and conditions promise not to reveal this data to any third parties.

These regulations affected the terms and conditions of employment of civil servants.

Gleeson CJ agreed generally that the ticket terms and conditions were not incorporated.

year terms

The mayor and supervisors serve four year terms.

Councillors are elected to four year terms.

The Board Members serve two year terms and can be reappointed.

other terms   (otros terminos)

In other terms, only MIDI data are visible at endpoint level.

The other terms are uncommon.

The final agreement is always a negotiated document setting forth fees and other terms.

terms of office

Some record achievements (e.g., past politicians note the years of their terms of office).

During this period, Allen instituted several reforms, including limiting the terms of office of key positions.

The president is elected by popular vote for a term of six years and limited to two consecutive terms of office.

terms of ancestry

In terms of ancestry, 31.8% were Hispanic or Latino, 14.6% of the population were of German ancestry, 9.7% were of Irish ancestry, 8.9% were of English ancestry, and 4.0% were of Italian ancestry.

general terms   (términos generales)

In general terms, its prosperity rose and fell with the price of wool.

Also in general terms, determines an orbital's shape, and its orientation.

In general terms, he does this by owning far out-of-the-money put options on stocks.

served three terms

As mayor of Plattsburgh, he served three terms.

Since that time, he has served three terms.

Metzel also served three terms in the Montana legislature.

friendly terms

They began to exchange letters, in friendly terms.

He was on friendly terms with Rome, though the Papacy stood at its nadir.

He was also on friendly terms with Karl Benda, son of Czech violinist and composer Franz Benda.

prison terms   (penas de prisión)

Three of his accomplices also received prison terms.

Such crimes are punishable by prison terms and heavy fines.

All three were sentenced to prison terms.

coming to terms

It's highly likely I'll die before Scott, but I'm coming to terms with that.

"It's just me coming to terms with who I am - a mix of a classical and rock musician.

The Lost Cause myth arose as a means for coming to terms with the Confederacy's defeat.

terms of both

Obaidullah was an innovator in terms of both style and subject matter.

It enabled revolutionary new designs in terms of both structural complexity and dimension.

The Buckeyes rank fifth in college football history in terms of both total wins and winning percentage.

several terms

He served several terms in the Alabama Legislature.

Magruder attended boarding school for several terms.

There are several terms that are used to describe client honeypots.

terms of property

According to the Tax Foundation, Pennsylvania ranked 11th in the U.S. in 2008 in terms of property taxes paid as a percentage of home value (1.34%) and 12th in the country in terms of property taxes as a percentage of income (3.55%).

terms of service

International students contribute terms of service.

These troops enlisted voluntarily and for long terms of service.

Its terms of service were similar to the Territorial Army of the UK.

following terms

The "Good Schools Guide" reviewed the school in the following terms:

In-circuit in-circuit is an adjective that is used in following terms:

The following terms used with regards to computer security are explained below:

described in terms

New objects can be described in terms of a state of the generating model.

Test criteria are described in terms of general graphs in the testing textbook.

This reaction cannot be described in terms of Brønsted theory because there is no proton transfer.

terms of population

In terms of population Ballarat is the third largest inland city in Australia.

Ethnic Azeri villages are also among the largest in the country in terms of population.

The smallest municipality (also both in terms of population and area) is Herstappe (Limburg).

terms of reference

Furthermore, it has to establish E-Control's terms of reference.

As a result, obscenity became a new part of their terms of reference.

Meanwhile, the Greens sought to widen the commission's terms of reference.

number of terms   (cantidad de términos)

Title VIII defines or redefines a number of terms.

A number of terms related to "fatwa" derive from the same root.

Under section 814, a number of terms relating to cyberterrorism were redefined.

world in terms

It is the richest tropical forest in the world in terms of biodiversity.

India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.

As of 2019, India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.

country in terms   (país en términos)

Ethnic Azeri villages are also among the largest in the country in terms of population.

Monaco is the richest country in terms of GDP per capita in the world according to the World Bank report.

Israel, a leading country in terms of its dairy management techniques, can be a good model for the State to follow.

same terms

He and his partners co-invest on the same terms and on a peer-opt-in basis.

Women in Britain finally achieved suffrage on the same terms as men in 1928.

The Chapman–Enskog formulae for diffusion in gases include exactly the same terms.

terms in office

Seven elected Aboriginal residents hold three year terms in office.

The Deputy President as the president is limited to two terms in office.

In other words, the disability does not carry over to subsequent terms in office.

terms of total   (términos de total)

The Bank became one of Top-20 banks in Ukraine in terms of total assets.

Rosneft is also second-to-none in terms of total proved liquid hydrocarbon reserves.

Nevada was ranked fifth nationally in terms of total offense, averaging 510.6 yards per game.

during the terms

He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Oslo during the terms 1954–1957 and 1958–1961.

She previously served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament during the terms 1989–1993 and 1997–2001.

He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Rogaland during the terms 1969–1973 and 1973–1977.

terms are used

Various terms are used for "absolute" and "relative".

However, in many regions both terms are used.

Elsewhere, some terms are used with different meanings.

agreed to terms

When the draft ended, Wieneke agreed to terms with the Minnesota Vikings.

Two months later, Sydney announced that they had agreed to terms with Motherwell F.C.

On June 10, 2009, Dellucci agreed to terms on a minor league contract with the Blue Jays.

modern terms

In modern terms it was a part of the initialization vector.

This data was collected in 1990 and therefore is a conservative estimate in modern terms.

The cost of damage done by the earthquake is almost impossible to measure in modern terms.

technical terms

(See Basic strokes for an explanation of technical terms.)

In technical terms, each game server is actually a cluster of server machines.

In ASL, fingerspelling is used for proper nouns and for technical terms with no native ASL equivalent.

different terms

Other scholars have used different terms to describe atmatusti.

As such, those states treat different terms in the same manner as additional terms.

There is still a theme of birth, pregnancy, or rebirth, it is just concluded in different terms.

came to terms

Next, the Atlanta local came to terms on a move to Säffle FF in spring 2017.

The Borgohain was promptly dispatched with a second force, but, instead of fighting, he came to terms with the enemy.

At a meeting at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, Abelman came to terms with Nick and Eddie Sahati to purchase the club.

terms of number   (términos de número)

India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.

As of 2019, India is one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world in terms of number of users.

If they consent, he pays dowry, more often than not reckoned in terms of number of cattle, but also as cash.

practical terms

Many monster games are so big that in practical terms, they are 'unplayable'.

In practical terms, optimal experiments can reduce the costs of experimentation.

In practical terms, erecting a horizontal loop antenna on a ship caused several problems.

equal terms

Beal's academic year is divided into 6 equal terms.

The Australians acquitted themselves well, losing only four of the matches that they played on equal terms.

In 2010, conscription was made gender-neutral, meaning both women and men would be conscripted –on equal terms.

similar terms

Kelly accepted a five-year ban under similar terms.

City West or similar terms may also refer to:

After another defeat, Hormuzan signed another treaty on similar terms to the last.

such terms

The Tathagata does not think in such terms.

Words such as 'all', 'and', 'if' are examples of such terms.

Earlier, such terms were introduced in the Maxwell–Stefan diffusion equation.

both terms

During both terms, he chaired the Committee on Claims.

However, in many regions both terms are used.

At the end of both terms he lost to Labour candidate Arnold Shaw.

real terms

This is a fall of 4.4% in real terms since 2014.

Train fares cost 2.7% more than under British Rail in real terms on average.

agreed terms

In July 1892 it agreed terms with the GWR and was absorbed by it.

On 3 September 2007, Gaz de France and Suez announced agreed terms of merger.

On 12 June 2019, Mancinelli agreed terms with Primera División side Patronato.

peace terms

The new Emperor sought peace terms from the Allies, but his initiatives were vetoed by Italy.

In 1953, he threatened to use nuclear weapons until China agreed to peace terms in the Korean War.

When discussing peace terms, Abu Kalijar in turn addressed Jalal in a letter with the title "Shahanshah".

terms as mayor

Evers served many terms as mayor of Fayette.

Kwiatkowski served three terms as mayor of Porcupine Plain.

This also included two terms as mayor in 1981–1982 and 1990–1991.

new terms

This has led to new terms such as "cyberwarfare" and "cyberterrorism".

In turn, this has generated new terms to qualify classes of web browser-based games.

You can help enhance this page by adding new terms or writing definitions for existing ones."

use the terms

Guitarists often use the terms "vibrato" and "tremolo" misleadingly.

Denver residents use the terms "north", "south", "east", and "west".

American Samoans still use the terms Western Samoa and Western Samoans.

served four terms

Carney served four terms in the House of Representatives.

He served four terms there, the last two as minority leader.

He served four terms as President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

terms of how

Each of the skills common to animals is described in terms of how it is applied to the various life forms.

He gives graphic details in terms of how he finally resorts to begging on the street and how much it shames him.

The activities of entrepreneurs make prices more accurate in terms of how they represent the marginal utility of consumers.

absolute terms

In absolute terms, German military expenditure is the 8th highest in the world.

The volume of Georgian-Armenian trade remains modest in both relative and absolute terms.

Armenian exports to China, though still modest in absolute terms, nearly doubled in that period.

terms of surrender

He sent messengers to Brock asking for three days to agree on terms of surrender.

Csizmadia also helped to negotiate the same terms of surrender for the Austrians as well.

The Aragonese took over a mosque next to the castle—in contravention to the terms of surrender.

professional terms

He signed professional terms with Arsenal in July 2002.

His first stint began as a youth player in 1997 and signed professional terms a year later.

In February 2012, Júnior signed professional terms with Everton having signed on a free transfer.

comes to terms

Gabe comes to terms with this and forgives his friend.

Pam comes to terms with the separation and tearfully embraces Jim.

Eisuke dies, and Ryota comes to terms with his problematic relationship with his father.

written in terms

In such complexes, the L and Z ligands can be written in terms of X.

The equation for the covariant derivative can be written in terms of Christoffel symbols.

Specifically, the higher order can be written in terms of and through a recurrence relation.

terms of what

The formal interpretation of an SDE is given in terms of what constitutes a solution to the SDE.

He has a terrific attitude but is at a crossroads because of his age in terms of what direction he should go in".

However, as she told "IndieWire", the writers "managed to find the same trajectory for [her] character in terms of what she means to Claire."

terms of area

It is the largest airport site in terms of area in Brazil.

In terms of area, it is the largest municipality in Slovenia.

Lichtensteig is the smallest municipality in Toggenburg in terms of area, with only .

simple terms

In simple terms the brain consisted only of water and CSF.

Also many concepts in Sufism are described in this book in simple terms.

In simple terms, altruism is caring about the welfare of other people and acting to help them.

understood in terms

This can be understood in terms of probability.

These charges and holes are understood in terms of quantum physics.

Vibrational motion could be understood in terms of conservation of energy.

terms of size

Colleges vary in terms of size, degree, and length of stay.

The Godzilla suit built for this film was the biggest in terms of size and girth.

In terms of size and coordination number, europium(II) and barium(II) are similar.

especially in terms

Much Cretan music is improvisational, especially in terms of its "lyrics."

stative verbs) behave differently from those indexing actions, especially in terms of the person affixes they take.

National news has reported on the effectiveness of the forum, especially in terms of aiding collaboration between UK cyber companies.

serving two terms

After serving two terms, she was succeeded in 2014 by John S. Macholz.

He was first elected to the Senate in 1863, ultimately serving two terms.

He is a past chairman of the board of governors for the NBA serving two terms.

contract terms   (Terminos y condiciones)

Smith agreed to contract terms with the Pistons on July 9, 1963.

The Bears scheduled a press conference to announce the hiring before McGinnis agreed to contract terms.

On 9 October 2014, Robinson signed non contract terms with Southern Football League club Dorchester Town.

measured in terms

The burden of debt can also be measured in terms of the amount of interest it generates relative to the income of the borrower.

Opportunity cost is the cost of any activity measured in terms of the value of the next best alternative foregone (that is not chosen).

In global terms the size of the Territory's GDP measured in terms of purchasing power is ranked as 215th out of a total of 229 countries.

bad terms

Walter Lippmann left the magazine in 1921 on bad terms with Croly.

However, they were on bad terms.

On bad terms with much of his extended family, he boarded with several different people.

terms of travel   (condiciones de viaje)

Locating a secondary school in a location central to the Village Council's boundaries so that the catchment is equitably served in terms of travel distance was a key consideration.

In 2017, Belarusian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 67 countries and territories, ranking the Belarusian passport 70th in terms of travel freedom according to the Henley visa restrictions index.

As of October 2018, Belarusian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 77 countries and territories, ranking the Belarusian passport 68th in terms of travel freedom according to the Henley Passport Index.

terms as president

Mirisch has served three terms as president of the Producers Guild of America.

He served a term as third vice president and two terms as president from 1971–73.

He served two terms as president of the International Federation of Systems Research during 1994-98.

personal terms

"This book makes it's case in stark, personal terms."

They received permission to hold signing talks with a view to agreeing personal terms over a move.

However, the deal fell through when Buffel was unable to agree personal terms with the Bundesliga side.

only in terms   (solo en términos)

The subject could be approached only in terms of dialectical materialism.

This "God's gift" is explicable only in terms of Glagolitic "a" (), which represents the cross, i.e.

The official press agency TASS accused Reagan of "thinking only in terms of confrontation and bellicose, lunatic anti-communism".

full terms

and giving the full terms, was presented to General Willcocks in public jirga.

Incumbent mayor Dada Rosada did not participate, having served two full terms as mayor.

The mayor and commissioners each hold four-year terms, and are limited to two full terms each.

terms of sales

In terms of sales, it debuted on the "Billboard" 200 at #9.

In terms of sales, Burroughs was always a distant second to IBM.

Their PDP and successor VAX products were the most successful of all minicomputers in terms of sales.

explained in terms

His’ embryology is not explained in terms of ancestral history.

Forcing, for example, is often explained in terms of countable models.

This exception can be explained in terms of hybridization and inner-shell effects.

more terms

After this he served more terms in the municipal council.

Each side of an algebraic equation will contain one or more terms.

He then took a hiatus before serving two more terms, 1889–1891 and 1895–1897.

served several terms

He served several terms in the Alabama Legislature.

Elected Deputy to the Connecticut General Assembly in 1706, Law served several terms until 1717.

In addition to farming, Joseph Blake also served several terms as county surveyor starting in 1884.

dollar terms

This created a flat tax of 3 percent on incomes above $800 ($ in current dollar terms).

This price reduction is comparable to a reduction from $15,000 to $10,000 in dollar terms from the year 2000.

In absolute dollar terms, the United States government is the largest international aid donor ($23 billion in 2014).

legal terms

In legal terms, it is the essential element of a lawsuit.

In legal terms this is the difference between an irrationality test and a reasonable man test.

List of Latin legal terms A number of Latin terms are used in legal terminology and legal maxims.

financial terms   (Términos financieros)

The Compact's financial terms are being renegotiated for an extension period.

Syndication is generally initiated by the grant of a mandate by the borrower to the arranging bank(s) or 'lead managers' setting out the financial terms of the proposed loan.

However, his chances of selection were increased through the rejection by four leading professional cricketers, including Hayward, of the financial terms offered for the tour.

jail terms   (términos de la cárcel)

The verdicts carry potential jail terms of up to 25 years in state prison.

Miller and Cooper faced potential jail terms for failure to cooperate with the Special Counsel's investigations.

Individuals who attempt to run as independents or self-nominated candidates sometimes face repercussions, including jail terms.

successive terms

The are rational approximations to and two successive terms always enclose the true value of .

He served five successive terms as mayor on its first achieving municipal borough status, from 1867 onwards.

Later, he kept on winning from the same constituency and remained an MP in the next six successive terms till 2009.

terms began

He ranks above his fellow representatives whose terms began January 3, 1999.

From 1789 to 1958, senators whose terms began on the same day are listed alphabetically.

economic terms

But, it cannot be explained in normal economic terms to an outsider, especially an American.

There is no requirement that the consideration be commensurate in economic terms to the original promise.

In economic terms, Dammstadt was a prime competitor of Hildesheim, and the citizens of Dammstadt supported Henry.

many terms

He served many terms on the Choctaw Council.

Evers served many terms as mayor of Fayette.

He eventually became a State Senator in Kansas in 1904 and served many terms.

given in terms

Norms are given in terms of percentiles for the adult population.

The formal interpretation of an SDE is given in terms of what constitutes a solution to the SDE.

A more recent quantum description is given in terms of atomic contributions to the electronic density of states.

names and terms

Borrowings are limited to lexical items; with local place names and terms for local fauna and flora being adopted by the English.

It examined the school district's website for information regarding; taxes, the current budget, meetings, school board members names and terms, contracts, audits, public records information and more.

all terms

But then with all terms on the right hand side in .

The Kasner mode is a solution of when ignoring all terms in the right hand sides.

Admiral Itō, despite the reservations of some members of his staff, agreed to all terms.

military terms

62nd Division In military terms, 62nd Division may refer to:

123rd Division In military terms, 123rd Division or 123rd Infantry Division may refer to:

Once enlistment has taken place, recruits are subject to military terms of service and begin their initial training.

terms before

He served three terms before losing to Republican Nancy A. Sullivan in 1990.

He served three terms before being defeated by then City Councilman Martin J.

He won four more two-year terms before opting not to seek re-election in 2018.