What does terminology mean?

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Terminology is specialist terms/language used either within a speciality (like medicine) or within a particular time period (like shakespear). Medical example - "you have hypertension" - medical terminology that means you have high blood pressure. Don't know enough shakespearean language to quote shakespear but basically the words are written in a way that would have been understood in that time period.
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