Q: Terms とはどういう意味ですか?
A: conditions, regarding the state of the relationship

[He left the company] "on good terms", "on friendly terms"; these are two common uses of "terms" with the same meaning.
Q: If these Terms and Conditions of Sale are construed to be an offer, this offer expressly limited acceptance by the seller to the terms of this offer.. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: This is not good English. It is likely badly translated, as it has odd word choice even for terms and conditions. The part in question is hard to understand.

If I had to guess, "limited" should be "limits", which would mean the seller's "acceptance" is limited to the terms of the sale. Hard to tell without more context.
Q: Terms とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: Terms & Conditions, とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Terms & Conditions describe the rights and responsibilities of parties to an agreement. I hope that helps.


Q: Terms and conditions を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "You have agreed to follow these terms and conditions."
"Before you sign off, did you make sure to read the terms and conditions?"


Q: "The terms of this IO are governed by the Terms and Conditions present below."

doesm't "present" have to be "presented"(present perfect tense)?
why is it "present"?
A: Let me just add that it sounds like a legal document and many times legal documents still use an antiquated way of writing. So while has the right idea, in legal documents things are just written a certain way "just because" that's how it was so that's now how it is. 😏 (I was a legal secretary and then paralegal for 35 years.)

In the case of this sentence, the word "present" carries the meaning of "it is here". Technically, yes, "it is attached" or "it follows below" but back in the founding fathers' days, this is how they spoke and wrote documents and it continues this way. Documents that are presented to the courts contain lots more of these antiquated ways of phrasing things.
Q: Terms used to describe beauty

Beautiful (for women and things/places)
Pretty (for women and things/places)
Good looking (for women and men)
Handsome (for men only)

All correct? We can say a place is pretty, right?
Like this hotel is pretty.
A: For buildings, we usually say it's "nice". This hotel/restaurant/house is nice.
Q: Terms of warranty / user manuals この表現は自然ですか?
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Q: Terms of warranty / user manuals この表現は自然ですか?
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