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  1. end
    IPA[end]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. come or bring to a final point; finish:

      when the war ended, policy changed the chapter ends with a case study she wanted to end the relationship
      Synonym : finish, conclude, terminate, come to an end, draw to a close, close, stop, cease, culminate, climax, build up to, lead up to, reach a finale, come to a head, wind up, break off, call off, bring to an end, put an end to, call a halt to, halt, stop, drop, finish, terminate, discontinue, dissolve, cancel, annul, nip something in the bud, wind something up, knock something on the head, give something the chop, pull the plug on, axe, scrap, pack in, get shut of, get shot of, sunder, destroy, put an end to, extinguish, snuff out, do away with, wipe out, take
    • 2. reach a point and go no further:

      the boundary where agnosticism ends and atheism begins
    • 3. perform a final act:

      the man ended by attacking a police officer
    • 4. have as its final part, point, or result:

      one in three marriages is now likely to end in divorce
    • 5. eventually reach or come to a specified place, state, or course of action:

      I ended up in Connecticut you could end up with a higher income
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: end, plural noun: ends

    • suffix字尾

      denoting a person or thing to be treated in a specified way:
    • noun

      a final part of something, especially a period of time, an activity, or a story:

      a termination of a state or situation:

    • verb

      come or bring to a final point; finish:

      reach a point and go no further:

    • suffix字尾

      denoting a person or thing to be treated in a specified way:
    • noun

      an end or final part of something, especially a period of time, an activity, or a book or movie:

      the furthest part or point of something:

    • noun

      an end or final part of something:

      the furthest part of something:

    • noun

      the end of something that is farthest from the front or the working end:

      the part of a computer system or application that is not directly accessed by the user, typically responsible for storing and manipulating data:

    • adjective

      relating to the end or outcome of a project, process, or investment:

      relating to or denoting the part of a computer system or application that is not directly accessed by the user, typically responsible for storing and manipulating data:

    • noun

      the front of a car or other vehicle.

      the part of a radio or television receiver to which the aerial signal goes first.

    • adjective

      (of money) paid or charged at the beginning of a transaction:

      relating to or denoting the part of a computer system or application with which the user interacts directly:

    • noun

      an end of a road or passage from which no exit is possible; a cul-de-sac:

      a road or passage having a dead end:

    • verb

      (of a road or passage) come to a dead end:
    • noun

      an attempt by the ballcarrier to run around the end of the defensive line.

      an evasive tactic or maneuver:

    • verb

      evade; circumvent:
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