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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Either extremity of something that has length: the end of the pier.
- noun: The outside or extreme edge or physical limit; a boundary: the end of town.
- noun: The point in time when an action, an event, or a phenomenon ceases or is completed; the conclusion: the end of the day.
- noun: A result; an outcome.
- noun: Something toward which one strives; a goal. See Synonyms at
- noun: The termination of life or existence; death: "A man awaits his end/Dreading and hoping all” ( William Butler Yeats).
- noun: The ultimate extent; the very limit: the end of one's patience.
- noun: Slang The very best; the ultimate: This pizza's the end.
- noun: A remainder; a remnant.
- noun: A share of a responsibility or obligation: your end of the bargain.
- noun: A particular area of responsibility: in charge of the business end of the campaign.
- noun: Football Either of the players in the outermost position on the line of scrimmage.
- noun: Football The position played by such a player.
- verb-transitive: To bring to a conclusion.
- verb-transitive: To form the last or concluding part of: the song that ended the performance.
- verb-transitive: To destroy: ended our hopes.
- verb-intransitive: To come to a finish; cease. See Synonyms at
- verb-intransitive: To arrive at a place, situation, or condition as a result of a course of action. Often used with up: He ended up as an advisor to the president. The painting ended up being sold for a million dollars.
- verb-intransitive: To die.
- idiom: in the end Eventually; ultimately: All will turn out well in the end.
- idiom: no end A great deal: She had no end of stories to tell.
- idiom: on end Having one end down; upright: books placed on end on the shelf.
- idiom: on end Without stopping: drove for hours on end.