WordReference English-Russian Dictionary © 2014:

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term nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (word or phrase)слово, выражение ср
 The term 'basket case' has an interesting origin.
 NEW Выражение "мокрое дело" означает убийство.
term nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (type of language)термин м
 There are thousands of medical terms that most people don't understand.
 Существуют тысячи медицинских терминов, непонятных большинству людей.
term nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (period of time)срок м
   (определённый)период м
 There is a thirty-day term for making payments.
 Срок оплаты - тридцать дней.
nplplural noun: Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors."
(conditions)условия соглашения ср мн + ср род
 It all depends on the terms of the contract. Is there a warranty?
 Всё зависит от условий контракта. В них включён гарантийный период?
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Collins Russian Dictionary 2nd Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2000, 1997:

term [təːm] n (word, expression) те́рмин; (period in power etc) срок* (SCOL) (in school) че́тверть f (:at university) триме́стр
vt (call) называ́ть (назва́ть*perf)
npl (conditions) усло́вия ntpl
in abstract terms в абстра́ктных выраже́ниях
term of imprisonment срок заключе́ния
"easy terms" (COMM) "льго́тные усло́вия"
in the short term в настоя́щее вре́мя
in the long term в перспекти́ве
to be on good terms with sb подде́рживать (impf) хоро́шие отноше́ния с кем-н
to come to terms with примиря́ться (примири́ться perf) с +instr

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