Definition Of terminal
(of a disease) predicted to lead to death, especially slowly; incurable.
a device at which a user enters data or commands for a computer system and that displays the received output.
Each morning intelligence analysts log on at their computer terminals and enter the Dictionary system.
a point of connection for closing an electric circuit.
The zinc and the copper are the anode and cathode terminals of your potato battery.
an end or extremity of something, in particular.
When the game's western terminal was St. Louis.
of, forming, or situated at the end or extremity of something.
a terminal date
Example Of terminal
A terminal for loading petroleum products will be added later.
A certain amount of hat-eating has taken place among his enemies, because congestion charging really works and has done much to alleviate the terminal gridlock that had central London in its grip.
A data processing terminal sends control commands to an external device to control the external device.
A good number of people suffering from terminal illnesses like cancer or HIV infection or neurological problems also have been known to commit suicides.
A poor nutritional status by itself is not necessarily a valid indication for gastrostomy placement as it may be the result of an advanced terminal disease.