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term of art

Medtalk A word or phrase with a precise definition in a particular field or specialty–eg, 'ugly' in oncology, 'satellite' in molecular biology or 'significant' in statistics
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using particular TL terms for standard SL technical terms) would undoubtedly give the TL term the same meaning, depth and applications of the SL term and encourage standardisation and unification of technical terminology in the TL culture.
Upshall explains the different levels in easy-to-understand terminology without getting bogged down in legal or technical terminology.
They learned how to critically read technical documents, write effectively and cross-culturally, increased their repertoire of technical terminology and practiced drafting abstracts and thesis proposals.
This book is light on technical terminology, provides and excellent glossary and is presented in a clear, easily understood format particularly useful as a reference on the photochemistry of the featured plants.
However, its technical terminology and concepts prevent the manual from achieving its stated goal of being a "perfect source" for travelers.
School Bus blends live-action, three-dimensional computer animation, and on-screen "fun facts" of fascinating trivia as well as simple explanations of technical terminology.
The author is extremely knowledgeable about sailing ships and the only, very minor, criticism is that there is a slight surfeit of technical terminology.
He does so in terms that readers can easily grasp, and he carefully explains the technical terminology of late medieval rhetoric with which Luther was most familiar.
For those interested in more technical terminology, the process of transmitting the genetic code from DNA to RNA is called transcription.
successfully integrates highly technical terminology with elegant writing while conversing with a wide array of current scholarship.
The accounting profession is characterized by an exclusive language composed of technical terminology that often confounds nonaccountants.

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