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tri·mes·ter / trīˈmestər; ˈtrīˌmes-/ • n. a period of three months, esp. as a division of the duration of pregnancy. ∎  each of the three terms in an academic year. DERIVATIVES: tri·mes·tral / trīˈmestrəl/ adj. tri·mes·tri·al / trīˈmestrēəl/ adj.

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trimester

trimester (try-mest-er) n. (in obstetrics) any one of the three successive three-month periods into which a pregnancy may be divided.

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