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Translation of "terminate" - English-Spanish dictionary

terminate

verb   /ˈtɜː·mɪ·neɪt/ formal
If something terminates, it ends, and if you terminate something, you make it end. terminar(se), cancelar His contract has been terminated.
(Definition of terminate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

terminate

verb /ˈtəːmineit/
to bring or come to an end or limit poner punto final, terminar, concluir They terminated the agreement.
termination noun
fin, conclusión the termination of his contract.
(Definition of terminate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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