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loose ends

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  • Loose Ends — may refer to:In music: * Loose Ends (album), an album by RJD2 * Loose Ends (Jimi Hendrix album) * Loose Ends (EP), a 2008 digital release by Rachael Yamagata * Loose Ends (band), an English R B band * Loose Ends , a song by Bruce Springsteen from …   Wikipedia

  • Loose Ends — Album par Jimi Hendrix Sortie 1973 Enregistrement 1967 1970 Durée 39:59 Genre rock Producteur John Jansen …   Wikipédia en Français

  • loose ends — loose ends, bits of unfinished business: »She added that the loose ends left were disturbing and she thought the whole inquiry procedure unsatisfactory (London Times). ● ↑at loose ends …   Useful english dictionary

  • loose ends — n. 〚from the ends of a spliced rope〛 final, relatively minor matters still to be taken care of at loose ends 〚orig., naut., with reference to rope〛 1. in an unsettled, disorganized, or confused condition 2. without anything definite to do 3.… …   Universalium

  • loose ends — n. [from the ends of a spliced rope] final, relatively minor matters still to be taken care of at loose ends [orig., naut., with reference to rope] 1. in an unsettled, disorganized, or confused condition 2. without anything definite to do 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • loose ends — I. unfinished tasks, odds and ends    Finished making the dress? Almost just some loose ends. II. See at loose ends III. See tie up loose ends …   English idioms

  • loose ends — {n.} 1. Parts or things that should be finished or put together. * /Mary s composition had many loose ends./ * /When George came home after a long trip, he started picking up the loose ends./ 2. See: AT LOOSE ENDS …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • loose ends — {n.} 1. Parts or things that should be finished or put together. * /Mary s composition had many loose ends./ * /When George came home after a long trip, he started picking up the loose ends./ 2. See: AT LOOSE ENDS …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • loose\ ends — noun 1. Parts or things that should be finished or put together. Mary s composition had many loose ends. When George came home after a long trip, he started picking up the loose ends. 2. See: at loose ends …   Словарь американских идиом

  • loose ends — n. (AE) at loose ends ( with no definite obligations ) * * * (AE) at loose ends ( with no definite obligations ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • loose ends — noun Leftover items that have not been addressed or attended to. I would have liked to stay later and tie up some of the loose ends …   Wiktionary


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