I. noun Date: 1872 the end of usually the fiscal year II. adjective Date: 1899 made, occurring, or existing at the year-end <
a year-end report

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • year-end — UK US (also year end, year s end) noun [S] (also the year end) ► ACCOUNTING the end of the financial year, or the end of December: »The annual meeting is usually held a few months after the year end. »Banks have been slow to increase their… …   Financial and business terms

  • year-end — /year end /, n. 1. year s end; the end of a calendar year. adj. 2. taking place or done at the year end: a year end sale; a year end audit. Also, yearend. [1870 75] * * * …   Universalium

  • year-end — year′ end′ or year′end′ n. 1) the end of a calendar year 2) occurring at the year end: a year end sale[/ex] • Etymology: 1870–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • year-end — [yir′end′] n. the end of a year, calendar or fiscal adj. happening, done, etc. at year end: Also yearend …   English World dictionary

  • year-end — I noun the end of a calendar year (Freq. 1) he had to unload the merchandise before the year end • Hypernyms: ↑end, ↑ending II adjective taking place at the close of a fiscal year year end audit …   Useful english dictionary

  • year end — (also year’s end) n. the end of the fiscal year we will discuss additional changes at year end | [as adj.] the year end figures were impressive …   Useful english dictionary

  • year end — /jɪə end/ noun the end of the financial year, when a company’s accounts are prepared ● The accounts department has started work on the year end accounts …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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  • year-end — closing closing adj. final or ending; terminal; as, the closing stages of the election; the closing weeks of the year; the closing scene of the film; closing remarks. Opposite of {opening}. [Narrower terms: {year end}] [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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