Definition of East End in English:

East End

Syllabification: East End
The part of London, England, north of the Thames and east of the City, including the Docklands.

Derivatives

East Ender

Pronunciation: /ˌēst ˈendər/
noun
More example sentences
  • I'm now thinking about what it would be like to be an East Ender rather than the West Londoner that I've been for most of my life.
  • The smash hit comedy musical, scripted by Stephen Fry, tells the story of an East Ender who inherits a country estate and some upmarket relatives to boot.
  • I was born as an East Ender but lived most of my younger life in Hendon, north west London, until I was called up for Army service.

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