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جدول محاسبه زمان و تخفیف
    تعداد کلمات
    زمان عادی تحویل فوری
    درصد تخفیف
    1 - 1500
    0.5 - 2 روز
    حداکثر 1 روز
    0
    1500 - 4000
    3 - 5 روز
    حداکثر 3 روز
    0
    4000 - 8000
    6 - 9 روز
    حداکثر 5 روز
    5
    با لای 8000
    1000 کلمه روزانه
    1500 کلمه روزانه
    10
    گارانتی تحویل در موعد مقرر
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Trireme n. Ancient greek warship, with three files of oarsmen on each side. [latin remus oar]Trivial adj. 1 of small value or importance; trifling. 2 (of a person etc.) Concerned only with trivial things.  triviality n. (pl. -ies). Trivially adv. [latin trivialis commonplace, from trivium three-way street corner] تایپیست فارسی به هلندی Trollop n. Disreputable girl or woman. [perhaps related to archaic trull prostitute]Tie-up n. Connection, association.Trot �v. (-tt-) 1 (of a person) run at a moderate pace. 2 (of a horse) proceed at a steady pace faster than a walk, lifting each diagonal pair of legs alternately. 3 colloq. Walk, go. 4 cause (a horse or person) to trot. 5 traverse (a distance) at a trot. �n. 1 action or exercise of trotting (proceed at a trot; went for a trot). 2 (the trots) slang diarrhoea.  on the trot colloq. 1 in succession (six days on the trot). 2 continually busy (kept me on the trot). Trot out 1 colloq. Introduce (an opinion etc.) Tediously or repeatedly. 2 cause (a horse) to trot to show his paces. [french]Trousers n.pl. 1 two-legged outer garment reaching from the waist usu. To the ankles. 2 (trouser) (attrib.) Designating part of this (trouser leg).  wear the trousers (esp. Of a wife) dominate in a marriage.  trousered adj. [in pl. After drawers: irish and gaelic triubhas trews]Truculent adj. Aggressively defiant.  truculence n. Truculently adv. [latin trux truc- fierce]Trumpery �n. (pl. -ies) 1 worthless finery. 2 worthless thing; rubbish. �adj. Showy but worthless; trashy; shallow. [french tromperie deceit]Trustful adj. Full of trust or confidence.  trustfully adv.Tights n.pl. 1 thin close-fitting wool or nylon etc. Garment covering the legs, feet, and the lower part of the torso, worn by women and girls. 2 similar garment worn by a dancer, acrobat, etc.Tidemark n. 1 mark made by the tide at high water. 2 a line left round a bath by the dirty water. B colloq. Line between washed and unwashed parts of a person's body.Trivial adj. 1 of small value or importance; trifling. 2 (of a person etc.) Concerned only with trivial things.  triviality n. (pl. -ies). Trivially adv. [latin trivialis commonplace, from trivium three-way street corner]Tie-up n. Connection, association.Trot �v. (-tt-) 1 (of a person) run at a moderate pace. 2 (of a horse) proceed at a steady pace faster than a walk, lifting each diagonal pair of legs alternately. 3 colloq. Walk, go. 4 cause (a horse or person) to trot. 5 traverse (a distance) at a trot. �n. 1 action or exercise of trotting (proceed at a trot; went for a trot). 2 (the trots) slang diarrhoea.  on the trot colloq. 1 in succession (six days on the trot). 2 continually busy (kept me on the trot). Trot out 1 colloq. Introduce (an opinion etc.) Tediously or repeatedly. 2 cause (a horse) to trot to show his paces. [french]

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