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ending British & World English

An end or final part of something

end British & World English

Come or bring to a final point; finish

weak ending British & World English

An unstressed syllable in a place at the end of a line of verse that normally receives a stress

never-ending British & World English

(Especially of something unpleasant) having or seeming to have no end

Hollywood ending British & World English

A conventional ending in a film, typically regarded as sentimental or simplistic and often featuring an improbably positive outcome

end in in end British & World English

Have as its final part or result

end up in end British & World English

Eventually come to a specified place or situation

bookend British & World English

Be positioned at the end or on either side of (something)

dead-end in dead end British & World English

(Of a road or passage) come to a dead end

rope's-end in rope's end British & World English

Flog with a rope’s end

weekend British & World English

Spend a weekend somewhere

end one's days in end British & World English

Spend the final part of one’s life in a specified place or state

end one's days British & World English

Spend the final part of one’s life in a specified place or state

end it all British & World English

Commit suicide

end in tears in end British & World English

Have an unhappy or unpleasant outcome

end in tears British & World English

Have an unhappy or unpleasant outcome

ending English Thesaurus

the story has a happy ending

ending English-Spanish

final m, desenlace m

never-ending English Thesaurus

the never-ending noise of the city

never-ending English-Spanish

interminable, eterno, inacabable


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