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end

noun   /end/
A1 the final part of something final, fin I’ll pay you at the end of next month.
A2 the furthest part final, extremo They live at the other end of the street.
in the end
B1 after a long time or series of events al final We thought we might go away for Christmas, but in the end we stayed at home.
a situation in which something stops happening or existing fin They are calling for an end to the violence.
put an end to something
to make something stop poner fin a algo We must put an end to this violence.
come to an end
to finish terminar
make ends meet
to have just enough money to pay for the things that you need llegar a fin de mes I’ve taken a second job in the evenings just to make ends meet.
it’s not the end of the world
If something is not the end of the world, it will not cause very serious problems. no se acaba el mundo It won’t be the end of the world if I don’t get the job.
verb   /end/
A2 to stop, or to make something stop terminar What time does the concert end? These talks do not look likely to end the war.
→  Phrasal verbs end up
(Definition of end from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

end

noun /end/
the last or farthest part of the length of something final, extremo, cabo the house at the end of the road both ends of the room Put the tables end to end (= with the end of one touching the end of another) (also adjective) We live in the end house.
the finish or conclusion fin, final, conclusión the end of the week The talks have come to an end The affair is at an end He is at the end of his strength They fought bravely to the end If she wins the prize, we’ll never hear the end of it (= she will often talk about it).
death muerte The soldiers met their end bravely.
an aim objetivo, finalidad What end do you have in view?
a small piece left over resto cigarette ends.
ending noun
the end, especially of a story, poem etc fin, final Fairy stories have happy endings.
endless adjective
going on for ever or for a very long time interminable endless arguments.
continuous, because of having the two ends joined sin fin an endless chain.
at a loose end
with nothing to do no tener nada que hacer He went to the cinema / movie theater because he was at a loose end.
end up phrasal verb
to reach or come to an end, usually unpleasant acabar, terminar I knew that he would end up in prison.
to do something in the end terminar por He refused to believe her, but he ended up apologizing.
in the end
finally al final He had to work very hard, but he passed his exam in the end.
make (both) ends meet
not to get into debt llegar a final de mes The widow and her four children found it difficult to make ends meet.
no end (of)
very much la tira de, cantidad de I feel no end of a fool.
on end
upright; erect sobre el extremo, erecto, vertical Stand the table on end The cat’s fur stood on end.
continuously; without a pause enteros For days on end we had hardly anything to eat.
put an end to
to cause to finish; to stop poner fin a algo, acabar con algo The government put an end to public execution.
the end noun
the limit (of what can be borne or tolerated) el colmo His behaviour/behavior is the end!
(Definition of end from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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