End

  • 61end-on — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: end on of a coal working : parallel in direction to the course of the main cleavage planes * * * endˈ onˈ adverb and adjective In the direction in which the end points • • • Main Entry: ↑end * * * …

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  • 62end — 1. noun 1) the end of the road Syn: extremity, furthermost part, limit; margin, edge, border, boundary, periphery; point, tip, tail end, tag end, terminus Ant: beginning …

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  • 63end — Synonyms and related words: Friday, Friday the thirteenth, abandon, abort, accomplishment, acme, afterglow, afterimage, aim, all, allotment, allowance, amateur athlete, annihilate, annihilation, answer, apogee, appointed lot, archer, arrest,… …

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  • 64End of Me — Infobox Single Name = End of Me Artist = Marion Raven from Album = Here I Am B side = Released = 2005 Format = CD single Recorded = Genre = Pop/Rock Length = 4:29 Label = Atlantic Records Writers = Marion Raven, Max Martin, Rami Producer = Max… …

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  • 65end — n 1. termination, conclusion, expiration, cessation, abruption, stoppage, close, finish, wind up; completion, fulfillment, attainment, accomplishment, culmination, consummation; ending, finale, finis, denouement, peroration, epilogue, period. 2.… …

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  • 66end —  1. See get one s end away and have one s end away.  2. no end Very much.  3. no end of A great amount or number of.  4. go (in) off the deep end Become very annoyed.  5. at a loose end Unoccupied …

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  • 67end — 1. noun 1) the end of the novel Syn: conclusion, termination, ending, finish, close, resolution, climax, finale, culmination, denouement 2) the end of the road Syn: extremity …

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  • 68end — noun see the end crowns the work the end justifies the means all good things must come to an end the devil can quote Scripture for his own ends everything has an end he who wills the end, wills the means …

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  • 69end\ up — v 1. To come to an end; be ended or finished; stop. How does the story end up? 2. To finally reach or arrive; land. I hope you don t end up in jail. 3. informal To die, be killed. The gangster ended up in the electric chair. 4. • finish up To put …

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  • 70end —    to kill    The common scepticism about reincarnation:     The sword hath ended him. (Shakespeare, 1 Henry W)    The end is death:     I could see his fear of the end growing inside him like a poison flower. (King, 1996)    The end of the road… …

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  • 71end — I. n. 1. Extremity, extreme point. 2. Close, cessation, period, expiration, finale, finis, last, fall of the curtain. 3. Conclusion, completion. 4. Termination, bound, limit. 5. Final state, ultimate condition. 6. Result, event, consequence,… …

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  • 72end in — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms end in : present tense I/you/we/they end in he/she/it ends in present participle ending in past tense ended in past participle ended in 1) end in something to have something as a final result His attempt to… …

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  • 73end up — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms end up : present tense I/you/we/they end up he/she/it ends up present participle ending up past tense ended up past participle ended up mainly spoken to be in a particular place or state after doing… …

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  • 74end —   Pau ana, panina, hope.    ♦ To end, ho opau, ho ōki.   Also: nuku, wēlau, ēlau, welelau, welewelelau, kīkīpani; kiko (as of a fish pole); po o (as of a cane, rope, or pole); wāwae (as of a rainbow); puku (rare). See pīpī2.    ♦ At an end, muku …

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  • 75END — Contrôle non destructif Pour les articles homonymes, voir CND. Le Contrôle Non Destructif (C.N.D.) est un ensemble de méthodes qui permettent de caractériser l état d intégrité de structures ou de matériaux, sans les dégrader, soit au cours de la …

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  • 76End — Contrôle non destructif Pour les articles homonymes, voir CND. Le Contrôle Non Destructif (C.N.D.) est un ensemble de méthodes qui permettent de caractériser l état d intégrité de structures ou de matériaux, sans les dégrader, soit au cours de la …

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  • 77End — This name is of Anglo Saxon origin and is topographical for one resident at the end of a settlement of a street. The derivation is from the Old English pre 7th Century ende , (Middle High German ende , from the Old High German enti ). Early… …

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  • 78end — [OE] End is an ancient word, that has been traced back to an Indo European *antjó. This also produced Sanskrit ántas ‘end’, as well as Latin ante ‘before’ and Greek anti ‘opposite’. Its Germanic descendant was *andja, from which came Gothic… …

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  • 79end up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone or something ends up somewhere, they eventually arrive there, usually by accident. [V P prep/adv] The result was that the engine ended up at the bottom of the canal... [V P prep/adv] She fled with her children, moving… …

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  • 80end — [OE] End is an ancient word, that has been traced back to an Indo European *antjó. This also produced Sanskrit ántas ‘end’, as well as Latin ante ‘before’ and Greek anti ‘opposite’. Its Germanic descendant was *andja, from which came Gothic… …

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