Terminal

The shoot or bud that grows at the tip of a stem or branch

Terminal

A building on an airport which links airside and landside, through which cargo being flown or received is stored, consolidations built up or broken down and/or cargo is transhipped

terminal

1. The end of a polymer molecule. 2. A point at which electrical connections can easily be made or broken.
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terminal

A point of connection for two or more conductors in an electrical circuit; one of the conductors is usually an electrical contact or lead of a component.
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Terminal

In electricity, a position in a circuit or device at which a connection is normally established or broken, or a passive conductor at such a position used to facilitate the connection.
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terminal

The decorated ends of a necklace or bangle usually with stylized heads of a ram, lion, dragon, etc.
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Terminal

The end of a flue
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terminal

the last bands on the tail or wing of birds, frequently used for identification
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terminal

(L. terminalis) 1. forming or pertaining to an end; placed at the end. 2. a termination, end, or extremity.
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terminal

[adj] - of or relating to or situated at the ends of a delivery route 2. [adj] - relating to or occurring in a term or fixed period of time 3. [adj] - causing or ending in or approaching death 4. [n] - electronic equipment consisting of a device providing access to a computer 5. [n] - a contact on an electrical device (such a...
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Terminal

• (a.) Pertaining to a railroad terminal; connected with the receipt or delivery of freight; as, terminal charges. • (n.) A town lying at the end of a railroad; -- more properly called a terminus. • (n.) A rate charged on all freight, independent of the distance, and supposed to cover the expenses of station service, as distinct from...
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terminal

adjective causing or ending in or approaching death; `a terminal patient`; `terminal cancer`
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Terminal

[Asunción] Terminal is a neighbourhood (barrio) of Asunción, Paraguay. ...
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Terminal

[electronics] A terminal is the point at which a conductor from an electrical component, device or network comes to an end and provides a point of connection to external circuits. A terminal may simply be the end of a wire or it may be fitted with a connector or fastener. In network analysis, terminal means a point at which connections can ...
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terminal

[Noun] The departure or reception buildings at an airport.
Example: At Heathrow Airport there are four terminals.
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Terminal

[OS X] Terminal (Terminal.app) is the terminal emulator included in the OS X operating system by Apple. Terminal originated in NeXTSTEP and OPENSTEP, the predecessor operating systems of OS X. As a terminal emulator, the application provides text-based access to the operating system, in contrast to the mostly graphical nature of the user ex...
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Terminal

[telecommunication] In the context of telecommunications, a terminal is a device which ends a telecommunications link and is the point at which a signal enters and/or leaves a network. Examples of equipment containing network terminations are telephones, fax machines, computer terminals and network devices, printers and workstations. ...
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Terminal

[typeface] Terminal is a family of monospaced raster typefaces. It is relatively small compared to Courier. It uses crossed zeros, and is designed to approximate the font normally used in MS-DOS or other text-based consoles such as on Linux. In Microsoft Windows, it is used as the default font in the Command Prompt. Terminal font family con...
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Terminal

[Xfce] Terminal is a terminal emulator built for the Xfce desktop environment using GTK+. It is provided as part of the Xfce project, but it can be used in other X Window System environments as well. Terminal supports tabs, as well as customizable key bindings, colors, and window sizes. It was designed to replace GNOME Terminal, which depen...
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Terminal

[Components] A metallic device used for making an electrical connection
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Terminal

Ter'mi·nal (-n a l) adjective [ Latin terminals : confer French terminal . See Term , noun ] 1. Of or pertaining to the end or extremity; forming the extremity; as, a terminal edge. 2. (Botany) Growing at the end of a...
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Terminal

Ter'mi·nal adjective (Railroads) Pertaining to a railroad terminal; connected with the receipt or delivery of freight; as, terminal charges.
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Terminal

Ter'mi·nal noun 1. That which terminates or ends; termination; extremity. 2. (Eccl.) Either of the ends of the conducting circuit of an electrical apparatus, as an inductorium, dynamo, or electric motor, usually provided with binding screws for the attachment of wires by which a ...
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terminal

1. Forming or pertaining to an end, placed at the end. ... 2. A termination, end or extremity. ... Origin: L. Terminalis ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Terminal

1. The end of a polymer molecule. 2. A point at which electrical connections can easily be made or b
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