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end of

slang
something you say to ​tell someone that you have made a ​finaldecision and you do not ​want to ​talk about it any more: You're not going out ​tonight - end of!
(Definition of end of from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “end of”
in Chinese (Simplified) 已成定局, 没有商量的余地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 已成定局, 沒有商量的餘地…
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