noun see end point 2

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • endpoint — UK US /ˈendpɔɪnt/ noun [S] ► a result or event that must happen in order for an activity or project to be considered as having been successfully achieved: »They changed the endpoint because they want to be able to analyze the data more quickly …   Financial and business terms

  • endpoint — end point n. A point of termination or completion. Syn: end point. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • endpoint — also end point, 1899, originally in chemistry, from END (Cf. end) + POINT (Cf. point). General use from 1920s …   Etymology dictionary

  • endpoint — [end′point΄] n. 1. a point of termination or completion 2. the point of furthest progress, advancement, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Endpoint — An endpoint or end point is a mark of termination or completion. * Endpoint (chemistry), the conclusion of a chemical reaction, particularly for titration * Endpoint (band), a hardcore punk band from Louisville, Kentucky * Clinical endpoint, in… …   Wikipedia

  • endpoint — In the context of the EPA High Production Volume Challenge Program, an endpoint is a physical chemical, environmental fate, ecotoxicity, and human health attribute measurable by following an approved test methodology (e.g., OECD Guidelines for… …   Petroleum refining glossary

  • endpoint — galinis punktas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. endpoint vok. Endpunkt, n rus. оконечная точка, f pranc. poste terminal, m …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • endpoint — /end poynt /, n. Math. the point on each side of an interval marking its extremity on that side. Also, end point. [1895 1900; END1 + POINT] * * * …   Universalium

  • endpoint — noun a) Either of the two points at the end of a line b) Either of the two nodes of a graph of degree 1 …   Wiktionary

  • endpoint — n. point on either side of a line marking its extremity (Mathematics) …   English contemporary dictionary

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