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end of story

informal
something you say when you think that the opinion you have just expressed about something is correct and that there is no other way of thinking about it: This woman is innocent - end of story.
(Definition of end of story from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “end of story”
in Chinese (Simplified) 情况就是这样, 就这么办…
in Chinese (Traditional) 情況就是這樣, 就這麽辦…
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