Terminal

Science / Chemistry / 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 Verb Synonyms: keyboard, monitor, position, station, VDU (= 'visual display unit'), PC (= 'personal computer'), module, CRT (= 'cathode ray tube'), screen, (control) panel
Terminal Noun Synonyms: closing, concluding, terminating, ending, final, ultimate, extreme, maximum, greatest
Terminal Adjective Synonyms: connection, wire, connector, coupler, coupling, conductor
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Terminal Market

Business / Agriculture / Terminal Market: A central site, often in a metropolitan area, that serves as an assembly and trading place for agricultural commodities. Terminal markets are usually at or near major transportation hubs. MORE

Terminal Cup

Technology / Home Audio / Terminal Cup: A plastic cabinet part that contains the terminal connectors that permits the wire from the amplifier to be connected to the speaker. Sometimes these parts contain the Crossover and protection circuit MORE

Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)

Technology / Aviation / Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS): Continuous broadcast of recorded non-control information in selected terminal areas, to improve controller effectiveness and to relieve frequency congestion by automating repetitive transmissions of e MORE

Terminal Elevator

Business / Agriculture / Terminal Elevator: A large elevator (warehouse) facility with the capacity to transfer grain to rail cars, barges, or ships for transport to domestic or foreign markets. Terminal elevator markets are used as base locati MORE

Terminal Emulation

Technology / Computers / Terminal Emulation: This is an application that allows your terminal to act as a dumb terminal. MORE

Quick Release (Terminal)

Technology / Home Audio / Quick Release (Terminal): A means for securing a wire conductor to a terminal connector that permits easy attachment and removal. In the usual form, this will involve a spring-loaded clip, which needs only to be pressed to eit MORE

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