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finale

noun [C usually singular]
 
 
/fɪˈnɑː.li/
the last part of especially a musical or theatrical performance, which is often very exciting or emotional
(尤指音乐或戏剧表演高潮性的)结尾,终曲,终场
All the dancers come on stage during the grand finale.
在高潮性的大结局中所有的舞者都上了台。
figurative What better finale to her career than this extravagant gesture?
还有什么能比这个大动作更好地为她的职业生涯画上句号呢?
Parts of plays, shows and films
(Definition of finale from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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