autumn term

['ɔːtəm,təːm]
осе́нний триме́стр (в некоторых учебных заведениях; с сентября по декабрь; см. тж. term 1.)

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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  • Autumn Term — infobox Book | name = Autumn Term orig title = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = Antonia Forest cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = Faber and Faber release date =… …   Wikipedia

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  • term — I UK [tɜː(r)m] / US [tɜrm] noun Word forms term : singular term plural terms *** 1) a) [countable] a word or phrase used for referring to something a technical/medical/legal/scientific term In simple terms, you need more exercise. The president… …   English dictionary

  • Autumn — Fall redirects here. For other uses, see Fall (disambiguation). This article is about the temperate season. For other uses, see Autumn (disambiguation). An autumn vineyard in Napa Valley, California …   Wikipedia

  • term — I n. expression, word 1) abstract; bold; clear; flattering; general; glowing; vague terms (she described him in glowing terms) 2) a general; generic; legal; technical term 3) in terms (to speak in general terms) 4) (misc.) a contradiction in… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • autumn — [14] English acquired autumn from Latin autumnus, partly via Old French autompne. Where Latin got the word from is a mystery; it may have been a borrowing from Etruscan, a long extinct pre Roman language of the Italian peninsula. In Old English,… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • autumn — [14] English acquired autumn from Latin autumnus, partly via Old French autompne. Where Latin got the word from is a mystery; it may have been a borrowing from Etruscan, a long extinct pre Roman language of the Italian peninsula. In Old English,… …   Word origins

  • term — term1 W1S1 [tə:m US tə:rm] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1 in terms of something 2 in general/practical/financial etc terms 3¦(word)¦ 4¦(period of time)¦ 5¦(school/university)¦ 6¦(end)¦ 7 come to terms with something 8¦(conditions)¦ 9¦(relationship)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • term — 1 noun (C) ONE WAY OF REGARDING SOMETHING 1 in financial/artistic/psychological etc terms if you describe or consider something in financial etc terms, you are mainly interested in the financial etc side of it: In artistic terms, the film was… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Academic term — An academic term is a division of an academic year, the time during which a school, college or university holds classes. These divisions may be called terms , semesters , quarters , or trimesters , depending on the institution and the country.In… …   Wikipedia

  • michaelmas term — noun Usage: usually capitalized M 1. : the term from November 2 to 25 during which the superior courts of England were formerly open compare easter term, hilary term, trinity term 2. : the first or fall term of the academic year lasting from the… …   Useful english dictionary

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