Examples of terminology in a Sentence
a lexicon covering the terminologies of several scientific fields
the terminology favored by sportscasters
Recent Examples of terminology from the Web
Inasmuch as Elizabeth ascended to the throne 64 years ago, that's a great many meetings—or audiences, to use the royal terminology.
That terminology is still used at the magazine to this day.
Pierce said that the biggest adjustments are in the terminology used by the coaching staff.
The terminology can feel limiting, derogatory, and just plain gross.
Those in the administration who served during the Cold War are also returning to that terminology.
This matches the terminology and servicing policy already announced for Windows Server.
The bottle shape, grapes, and much of the wine terminology are inherited from its German past, though wines made today are distinctly French in style (and generally drier than their German sisters).
Still, racialized terminology has real downsides for the workers involved in making porn.
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Origin and Etymology of terminology
First Known Use: 1770See Words from the same year
Synonymsargot, cant, dialect, jargon, jive, language, lingo, patois, patter, shop, shoptalk, slang, vocabulary
Related Wordscolloquial, colloquialism, idiom, localism, parlance, pidgin, provincialism, regionalism, speech, vernacular, vernacularism; slanguage; bureaucratese, computerese, cyberspeak, educationese, governmentese, journalese, technobabble
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Definition of terminology for English Language Learners
: the special words or phrases that are used in a particular field
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