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end-of-season

adjective [before noun] uk   us  
An end-of-season sports event happens at the end of a season (= the part of a year in which a sport is played): the end-of-season play-offs relating to the end of a period of time when particular clothes, products, etc. are sold in shops: Prices are reduced by up to 75 percent in our end-of-season sale. The store sells end-of-season stock at heavily discounted prices.
Translations of “end-of-season”
in Chinese (Traditional) 賽季末的, 季末的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赛季末的, 过季甩卖…
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