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tri·mes·ter

 (trī-mĕs′tər, trī′mĕs′-)
n.
1. A period or term of three months.
2. One of three terms into which an academic year is divided in some universities and colleges.

[French trimestre, from Latin trimēstris, trimēnstris, of three months : tri-, tri- + mēnsis, month; see mē- in Indo-European roots.]

tri·mes′tral (-trəl), tri·mes′tri·al (-trē-əl) adj.
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trimester

(traɪˈmɛstə)
n
1. a period of three months
2. (Education) (in some US and Canadian universities or schools) any of the three academic sessions
[C19: from French trimestre, from Latin trimēstris of three months, from tri- + mēnsis month]
triˈmestral, triˈmestrial adj
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tri•mes•ter

(traɪˈmɛs tər, ˈtraɪ mɛs-)

n.
1. a term or period of three months: the first trimester of pregnancy.
2. one of the three approximately equal terms into which the academic year is divided.
[1815–25; < French trimestre < Latin trimē(n)stris of three months]
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trimester

Any of three parts that the academic year is divided into in some colleges and universities.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trimester - a period of three months; especially one of the three three-month periods into which human pregnancy is divided
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
gestation, gestation period - the period during which an embryo develops (about 266 days in humans)
first trimester - time period extending from the first day of the last menstrual period through 12 weeks of gestation
second trimester - time period extending from the 13th to the 27th week of gestation
third trimester - time period extending from the 28th week of gestation until delivery
2.trimester - one of three divisions of an academic year
academic year, school year - the period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying
academic session, academic term, school term, session - the time during which a school holds classes; "they had to shorten the school term"
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Translations
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trimester

[trɪˈmestəʳ] Ntrimestre m
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trimester

nTrimester nt
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tri·mes·ter

n. trimestre, tres meses.
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trimester

n trimestre m trimethoprim n trimetoprim m, trimetoprima (INN)
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Its levels in late first trimester (8 to 12 weeks) of pregnancy are significantly associated with prior pregnancy losses and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, particularly in the second and third trimesters.
The study investigates the alterations in hematological and cortisol levels in three trimesters of pregnancy in the cows of Cholistani breed being reared under nomadic pastoralism production system at Cholistan desert, Pakistan.
Comparison of Heart Rate in Trimesters of Pregnancy
The reference range and within-person variability of thyroid stimulating hormone during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy.
The present study is undertaken to determine the association of maternal haemoglobin concentration in the three trimesters to the newborn haemoglobin concentration and cord blood haemoglobin.
Among the live births, nearly half (44.5%) reported certolizumab exposure during all three trimesters, 81.2% reported exposure at least during the first trimester, and 29.2% were exposed during the first trimester only.
The effects of pregnancy on these women were monitored throughout all three trimesters.
Of these participants, 87 pregnant women received a blood test for serum CA-125 in both the first and second trimesters while 46 and three patients received a test for serum CA-125 in only first and second trimester, respectively, as shown in Figure 1.
This study aimed to comprehensively quantify the changes of Gaussian modelling characteristics derived from radial pulses measured from the three trimesters of normal pregnancy.
Weight gain starts slowly in the 1st trimester and increases more consistently in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters.
We obtained peripheral blood samples with informed consent and institutional approval from 10 pregnant women from each of the first (12-14 weeks), second (20-23 weeks), and third (38-40 weeks) trimesters and harvested the plasma and maternal buffy coat from each case.
Prevalence of anemia in the patients who gave birth in first, second and third trimesters were 11.9%, 32.1%, 33% respectively.