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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishterm paperˈterm ˌpaper noun [countable] American English  SEEXAM/TESTa long piece of written work done by college students in the US, that is the most important piece of work in their course
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term paperRobert sat nearby doing a term paper on the history of air power.Five years from now you are not going to be able to remember the book you read for a term paper.Remember, this is not just another term paper.With demand for short and medium term paper picking up, most issues registered gains of up to £3/4.Usually the sins confessed were minor in nature: a broken promise, a plagiarized term paper.In an unpublished term paper, a high-school wrestler describes one such experience: Late in that last period something strange happened.