expireverb [I]uk /ɪkˈspaɪər/ us /-ˈspaɪr/
expire verb [I] (END)
- The lease on the property expires in two years' time.
- The government's term of office expires at the end of the year.
- Cohen, whose contract expires next week, is likely to move to play for a European club.
- Did you realize that the tax on your car has expired?
- When my annual membership expires, I shan't bother to renew it.
expire verb [I] (DIE)