ending definition

  • noun:
    • A conclusion or termination.
    • A concluding component; a finale: a happy ending.
    • Grammar The final morpheme added to a word base in order to make an inflectional kind, such -ed in walked.
    • A termination or summary.
    • The last section of anything.
    • the final morpheme of a word, put into some base in order to make an inflected form (like -ing in "ending").
    • Termination; concluding part; outcome; summary; destruction; demise.
    • the last syllable or letter of a word; the part joined up with toward stem. See 3d situation, 5.
    • The act of taking or coming to a finish; cancellation, by life; conclusion.
    • In grammar, the terminating syllable or page of a word; the termination, whether of declension, of conjugation, or of derivation.
    • the work of ending something
    • event whoever incident ends anything
    • the termination of a word (a suffix or inflectional ending or final morpheme)
    • the past area of a communication
    • the purpose eventually from which something stops
    • A conclusion or cancellation.
    • A concluding component; a finale: a happy ending.
    • Grammar the last morpheme put into a word base to help make an inflectional type, eg -ed in walked.
    • A termination or summary.
    • the final part of something.
    • The last morpheme of a word, added to some base which will make an inflected form (such as for example -ing in "ending").
    • cancellation; concluding component; result; conclusion; destruction; demise.
    • the last syllable or page of a word; the part joined up with towards the stem. See 3d Case, 5.
    • The work of bringing or coming to a finish; termination, since life; conclusion.
    • In sentence structure, the terminating syllable or letter of a word; the cancellation, whether of declension, of conjugation, or of derivation.
    • the work of ending some thing
    • event whose occurrence comes to an end some thing
    • the termination of a word (a suffix or inflectional closing or final morpheme)
    • the past section of a communication
    • the idea in time where something stops
    • A conclusion or termination.
    • A concluding component; a finale: a happy ending.
    • Grammar the last morpheme put into a word base to produce an inflectional form, eg -ed in walked.
    • A termination or conclusion.
    • the final element of some thing.
    • The last morpheme of a word, added to some base which will make an inflected kind (including -ing in "ending").
    • Termination; finishing component; outcome; summary; destruction; demise.
    • the last syllable or letter of a word; the component joined up with into the stem. See 3d situation, 5.
    • The act of bringing or coming to an end; termination, as of life; conclusion.
    • In grammar, the terminating syllable or letter of a word; the cancellation, whether of declension, of conjugation, or of derivation.
    • the work of closing anything
    • event whoever occurrence ends up anything
    • the termination of a word (a suffix or inflectional closing or final morpheme)
    • the final section of a communication
    • the purpose over time from which one thing finishes
  • verb:
    • provide participle of end.
    • Present participle of end.
    • Present participle of end.

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