Celebrating 16 Years
In Term Of/in Terms Of?
Vocabulary & Idioms
Change the type of thread
Which is correct between these twos?
And if both are correct, when is to use "in term of"? and when is to use "in terms of"?
Thanks in advance,
Sep 02 2010 07:09:06
"In terms of" is the common expression.
I can't think of a place where I'd use "in term of."
term of eight weeks etc.")
Sep 02 2010 10:06:01
the correct is (in terms of) because it's an idiom not (s) for plural
Feb 18 2012 17:48:16
Ask a Question
In Terms Of?
Parentheses - Related Terms?
In The Near Term?
Terms And Conditions Apply Or Term And...
In Terms Of Each Other?
The Terms, Keep Term?
In Terms Of Asking General Term.?
A Term In Socialogy?
Meaning Of Good Term/ Bad Term?