Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to a semester; half-yearly; semiannual.
- adj. occurring every six months or during every period of six months
“Daniel, our eldest son, went with his classmates on an island tour a day after their semestral break last week.”
“Well since semestral break is nearly over I have something new coming up so that I can at least say that I actually did something during sembreak.”
“So ... my semestral break has officially started and I'm loving it!”
“It'll be pure suicide if I were to post my semestral timetable here; I've got Fridays free, which means I've got the looongest weekend~!”
“No, it's not because I'm busy mugging my ass off for the semestral exams; it's against my beliefs to burn midnight oil for studies.”
“I looked at the payment terms (annual, semestral, quarterly) and realized that we were ill-prepared for the cost - unless I trigger my insurance policy by losing an arm or leg in a non-elevator, non-seagoing vessel scenario (you gotta love these insurance riders) or make good with the investments and little ventures in the pipeline.”
“Hemos salido muy mal, la relación semestral (half-yearly report) de la compañía hace constar (shows) una situación muy desfavorable y no habrá dividendo este año.”
“The full number of _S_râddhas necessary for the Sapi_nd_ana is sometimes given as sixteen, viz., the first, then one in each of the twelve months, then two semestral ones, and lastly the Sapi_nd_ana.”
“Except from the graduate schools of Engineering, Law and Management, which have trimestral calendar, most of the colleges and schools of PLM consist of two regular semesters of about 15 to 16 weeks each, and semestral breaks of about three to four weeks.”
“This pic shows how i look today, before my semestral exam.”
Looking for tweets for semestral.