terminology

[ tur-muh-nol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF terminology
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In this period a good deal of the terminology can be gradually familiarized.

And not only in its terminology but actually in its uses it exhibits variety.

Now this terminology is insanely wrong, even if the Bills are right.

When the terminology is thus correct, it is evident that all correlatives are interdependent.

In today's terminology, we can look at myths as algorithms of practical life.

Unfortunately, the terminology is, in many cases, uncertain.

There is no substantial difference in terminology and none at all in meaning.

They may boggle at a word or a phrase in terminology which is avowedly idiomatic.

All our terminology of good and bad we use in such a limited personal sense.

The terminology has remained ever since in this stage of arrested development.

WORD ORIGIN

1801, from German Terminologie (1786), a hybrid coined by C.G. Schütz of Jena, from Medieval Latin terminus "word, expression" (see terminus) + Greek -logia "a dealing with, a speaking of" (see -logy).

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