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dead endnoun

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[C] a ​road that is ​closed at one end, and does not ​leadanywhere: a ​dead-endstreet [S] a ​situation that has no ​hope of making ​progress: Negotiators have ​reached a ​dead end in ​theirattempts to ​find a ​peacefulsolution.
dead-end
verb [I] uk   us   US
If a ​road or ​path dead-ends, it is ​closed at one end, and does not ​leadanywhere: The ​road dead-ended ​halfway up the ​mountain.
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dead endnoun [C]

 /ˈded ˈend/
a ​road or ​path that has no way out at one end: fig. Negotiators have ​reached a dead end (= have not been ​successful and cannot go ​further) in ​theirattempts to ​find a ​peacefulsolution.
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dead endnoun [C]

uk   us  
a ​situation that is unlikely to be ​successful or to make any ​progress: We had several ​customerleads that all ​turned out to be ​deadends. It's very demoralizing for her; she perceives that her ​career is at a ​dead end.reach/hit a dead end Plans to ​build a new ​toll road have ​reached a ​dead end.
(Definition of dead end from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “dead end”
en chino (simplificado) 死路, 困境,绝境…
en turco çıkmaz sokak, çıkışı, sonu olmayan bir durum…
en ruso тупик…
en chino (tradicionál) 死路, 困境,絕境…
en polaco ślepa uliczka…
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