Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Relating to a semester; half-yearly; semiannual.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective occurring every six months or during every period of six months

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Examples

  • Daniel, our eldest son, went with his classmates on an island tour a day after their semestral break last week.

    October « 2008 « MommyFiles

  • Daniel, our eldest son, went with his classmates on an island tour a day after their semestral break last week.

    16 « October « 2008 « MommyFiles

  • So ... my semestral break has officially started and I'm loving it!

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • 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~!

    babycartercl Diary Entry

  • 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.

    babycartercl Diary Entry

  • 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.

    anak...pahinga ka muna

  • 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.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • 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.

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

  • 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.

    India: What can it teach us? A Course of Lectures Delivered before the University Of Cambridge

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