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terminus

  

      n   pl   , -ni   , -nuses  
1    the last or final part or point  
2    either end of a railway, bus route, etc., or a station or town at such a point  
3    a goal aimed for  
4    a boundary or boundary marker  
5      (Architect)      another name for       term       10  
     (C16: from Latin: end; related to Greek termon boundary)  


Terminus  
      n   the Roman god of boundaries  
terminus ad quem     (Latin)  
      n   the aim or terminal point  
     (literally: the end to which)  
terminus a quo     (Latin)  
      n   the starting point; beginning  
     (literally: the end from which)  
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Terminus  
      n   the Roman god of boundaries  


terminus  
      n   pl   , -ni   , -nuses  
1    the last or final part or point  
2    either end of a railway, bus route, etc., or a station or town at such a point  
3    a goal aimed for  
4    a boundary or boundary marker  
5      (Architect)      another name for       term       10  
     (C16: from Latin: end; related to Greek termon boundary)  
terminus ad quem     (Latin)  
      n   the aim or terminal point  
     (literally: the end to which)  
terminus a quo     (Latin)  
      n   the starting point; beginning  
     (literally: the end from which)  

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term  
      n  
1    a name, expression, or word used for some particular thing, esp. in a specialized field of knowledge  
a medical term     
2    any word or expression  
3    a limited period of time  
his second term of office, a prison term     
4    any of the divisions of the academic year during which a school, college, etc., is in session  
5    a point in time determined for an event or for the end of a period  
6      (Also called)    full term   the period at which childbirth is imminent  
7      (Law)  
a    an estate or interest in land limited to run for a specified period  
a term of years     
b    the duration of an estate, etc.  
c    (formerly) a period of time during which sessions of courts of law were held  
d    time allowed to a debtor to settle  
8      (Maths)   either of the expressions the ratio of which is a fraction or proportion, any of the separate elements of a sequence, or any of the individual addends of a polynomial or series  
9      (Logic)  
a    the word or phrase that forms either the subject or predicate of a proposition  
b    a name or variable, as opposed to a predicate  
c    one of the relata of a relation  
d    any of the three subjects or predicates occurring in a syllogism  
10      (Also called)    terminal, terminus, terminal figure            (Architect)   a sculptured post, esp. one in the form of an armless bust or an animal on the top of a square pillar  
11      (Australian Rules football)      the usual word for       quarter       10  
12    Archaic   a boundary or limit  
      vb  
13    tr   to designate; call  
he was termed a thief        (See also)        terms  
     (C13: from Old French terme, from Latin terminus end)  
  termly      adv  


terminus         
      n   pl   , -ni   , -nuses  
1    the last or final part or point  
2    either end of a railway, bus route, etc., or a station or town at such a point  
3    a goal aimed for  
4    a boundary or boundary marker  
5      (Architect)      another name for       term       10  
     (C16: from Latin: end; related to Greek termon boundary)  
Terminus  
      n   the Roman god of boundaries  
terminus ad quem     (Latin)  
      n   the aim or terminal point  
     (literally: the end to which)  
terminus a quo     (Latin)  
      n   the starting point; beginning  
     (literally: the end from which)  

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terminus

  
1    boundary, close, end, extremity, final point, goal, limit, target, termination  
2    depot, end of the line, garage, last stop, station  

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