endverb

  • ja終わり、最後、末期
  • ento reach a point or conclusion and go no further

Examples

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Mute
1.
Use your legs!
2.
I can't, I have really weak legs.
3.
No, you don't.
4.
You have the opposite.
5.
I know, today's Opposite Day.
6.
No, it's not.
7.
That means it is!
8.
I'm not playing!
9.
That means you are!
10.
Roger, just win before the ref stops politely waiting for our conversation to end and gets to 3!
11.
Fine.
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Mute
1.
Hey, it's Hannah, Hannah Baker.
2.
Settle in, because I'm about to tell you the story of my life.
3.
More specifically, why my life ended.
4.
And if you're listening to this tape,
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you're one of the reasons why.
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Mute
1.
I'll show you a picture of me in high school. There is side pony.
2.
Ooh, Rosa coming in hot! Rosa coming in hot!
3.
I'll also give you full control of my hair and wardrobe.
4.
I'll go on a date with you.
5.
Sold!
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To Jake, not to Scully.
7.
- That really freaked me out, and I just want this to end now. - Whoo!
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Mute
1.
Look at the size of this food.
2.
If I could shrink everyone in the world down to this size, there'd be enough food to end world hunger.
3.
Oh, that's beautiful, Timmy.
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But not why we're here.
5.
Look! Big candy!
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Mute
1.
It obviously isn't Dwight because he has the most integrity of anyone in the office.
2.
What? Did you talk to Kelly?
3.
Yes. She said she didn't do it.
4.
Then 45 minutes later, the conversation ended.
5.
I talked to Creed, and he said he didn't do it.
6.
And then he tried to sell me dietary supplements.
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Mute
1.
Thirteen-point-eight billion years ago, the Big Bang created the stars, the planets, the galaxies.
2.
Compared to the lifespan of the universe, our lives begin and end in a single day.
3.
I'm Daniel.
4.
Natasha.

Other meanings for end...

endnoun

  • ja終わり、最後、末期
  • enthe limit, edge, or last part of something
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Mute
1.
Well, can you at least stay till the end of the play?
2.
I mean, I'll go to the airport with you.
3.
I wanna say goodbye.
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Mute
1.
Jim, we need to order a cake for Creed's birthday.
2.
Oh, wasn't it just someone's birthday?
3.
Yes.
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Kelly's was last week, remember?
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I do remember, yeah.
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It's Birthday Month.
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Creed's is today.
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Oscar's is week after next.
9.
Meredith's is at the end of the month.
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Mute
1.
Ames, today has been a crazy day.
2.
But I shouldn't be surprised, because we've had a lot of crazy days.
3.
There was our first date, our first kiss,
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the first time you told me you loved me,
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and the day you told me you would marry me.
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Also, yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that.
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Because every single day that I get to be with someone as amazing as you is crazy to me.
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I love you.
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And I'm worried about dancing in front of our friends.
10.
The end.
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Mute
1.
Everybody's got a story.
2.
A beginning, a middle, an end.
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Mute
1.
In your professional coffee opinion, there should be a big difference in this end of the spectrum
2.
and this end of the spectrum.
3.
Under my professional opinion, I would say, yes.
4.
He's a coffee connoisseur.
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1.
Hey, jackpot by my Crocs.
2.
We just got a fresh basil plant right near our campsite.
3.
Oh, huh.
4.
Guys, I've done it. I've built a tent.
5.
I've tented.
6.
That's itchier than normal basil.
7.
By the end of this, you guys are gonna call me Camper Ty.
8.
Whoa! Wow! Whoa!
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Mute
1.
I'm a full-service fantasy provider.
2.
All I need is someone to help me clean up, be my bodyguard.
3.
You know, like the Kevin Costner to my Whitney Houston.
4.
Kevin Costner gets shot at the end.
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Mute
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Man, I wish I could Zoom away from my boss right now, am I right?
2.
- Jim, you're not on mute now, okay? - What?
3.
On a side note, I would just like to point out how attentive that Robert has been this whole meeting.
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I appreciate that.
5.
- And that's the kind of thing that is gonna get you guys raises at the end of the year. - Yeah.
6.
I mean, I'm shocked if I'm ever up by noon.
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Mute
1.
You are not having fun, correct?
2.
I'm having so much fun.
3.
You could have fun.
4.
- Does anybody else want to join her and lose the round? - Me.
5.
You do?
6.
But I really want the hoverboard.
7.
All right, we gonna turn off the bouncy castle.
8.
- We're taking it to the dump. - No.
9.
You guys can move. That was the end of the round.
10.
Just so you know, you lost the hoverboard.
11.
I don't really want a hoverboard.
12.
I'm scared anyway.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
And at the end, the superhero faces the supervillain
2.
in an epic battle for the fate of the world.