Special Terms

Special Terms,

Special Terms:

  • General terms that define certain guarantees. Special circumstances can change the general situation.

Literal Meanings of Special Terms


Meanings of Special:
  1. Something like an event, product or show that was designed or organized for a specific event or purpose.

  2. Better, bigger or different than usual.

Sentences of Special
  1. Special selection of late night special television

  2. They always struggle at Christmas

Synonyms of Special

singular, outstanding, noteworthy, extra special, marked, remarkable, unusual, unique, particular, uncommon, exceptional, notable


Meanings of Terms:
  1. Give an explanatory name to be called for a certain period of time.

  2. Words or phrases Words used to describe something or to express an idea, especially in a particular language or field of study.

  3. A fixed or limited period of time during which something, such as an offense, imprisonment or investment, continues or is intended to continue, or

  4. Every time of the year, alternating with holidays or vacations, when teaching at a school, college or university, or when court work is in progress.

  5. Terms under which action may be taken or some agreement or consensus may be reached.

  6. Any amount of ratio, series, or mathematical expression.

  7. Another term for the term

Sentences of Terms
  1. Called the father of modern theology

  2. The musical term "Latmotio"

  3. The president is elected for a four-year term

  4. Summer semester

  5. Your lawyer agreed to the terms

  6. A geometric series is defined as a permanent relationship between successive terms.

Synonyms of Terms

style, idiom, stint, name, title, period of time, describe as, provision, locution, prerequisite, time, proviso, specification, requisite, tag, call, duration, label, precondition, spell, designate, phrase, length of time, period, word, turn of phrase, condition, dub, expression