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Translation of "end" - English-Turkish dictionary

end

noun     /end/
FINAL PART [no plural]
A1 the final part of something such as a period of time, activity, or story son, nihayet, bitiş I'll pay you at the end of next month. I didn't meet him until the end of the course. a film with a twist at the endCausing something to endComing to an end
FURTHEST PART [C]
A2 the furthest part or final part of a place or thing sonu, nihayeti They live at the other end of the street. They were standing at opposite ends of the room.Range and limitsEdges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objects
STOP [C]
B2 when something stops happening son, sonlanma, nihayete erme [usually singular] They are calling for an end to the violence.Ends and endings
in the end
B1 finally, after something has been thought about or discussed a lot sonunda, nihayetinde Final and finally
come to an end
to finish sona gelmek, bitirmek Coming to an endCausing something to end
put an end to sth
B2 to make something stop happening or existing bir şeye son vermek, bitirmek He's determined to put an end to these rumours.Causing something to endComing to an end
bring sth to an end
to make something finish bitirmek, bir şeyi sonuna getirmek The stories in the newspaper brought her career to a sudden end.Causing something to endComing to an end
no end informal
a lot çok, bir hayli, ziyadesiyle I've had no end of trouble finding a hotel room.Intensifying expressionsLarge in number or quantityUnlimited
for hours/days, etc on end
for hours/days, etc without stopping sürekli, aralıksız He waited by the telephone for hours on end.Continuous and permanent
INTENTION [C]
an intention or purpose niyet, amaç She only has one end in mind.Goals and purposes
→  See also dead end , light at the end of the tunnel , odds and ends , the tail end of sth , the West End , be at your wits' end , be at a loose end , at the end of the day , at the end of your tether , get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick , make ends meet , not be the end of the world , be on/at the receiving end of sth , throw sb in at the deep end
(Definition of end noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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