Traducción: de espanol

to end in something

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  • end in something — ˈend in sth derived no passive 1. to have sth as an ending • The word I m thinking of ends in ‘ ous’. 2. to have sth as a result • Their long struggle ended in failure. • The debate e …   Useful english dictionary

  • business end (of something) — n. the dangerous end of something; the part of something that does something as opposed to the part one holds on to. □ Harry burned himself on the business end of a soldering iron. □ The robber pointed the business end of the gun right at Kelly …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • no end of something — no end of (something) informal a lot of something. We ve had no end of problems with the washing machine …   New idioms dictionary

  • no end of something — n. an endless supply of something. □ Have some candy. I have no end of chocolate drops. □ I’ve had no end of trouble ever since I bought this car …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • no end of something — no ˈend of sth idiom (informal) a lot of sth • We had no end of trouble getting them to agree. Main entry: ↑endidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • (the) tail end of something — the tail end of (something) the last part of something. I just caught the tail end of the news. Despite being at the tail end of an exhausting tour, she delivered a sparkling performance …   New idioms dictionary

  • (the) fag end of something — the fag end of something phrase the last and worst part of something The debate will be held in the run up to the general election at the fag end of the Parliament. Thesaurus: ends, finishes and final stagessynonym Main entry: fag end …   Useful english dictionary

  • put a end to something — put a stop/end/to something phrase to make something stop happening, especially something bad or unpleasant You ought to put a stop to that sort of behaviour. Thesaurus: to prevent something from happeningsynonym to kill a person or animal …   Useful english dictionary

  • be on the wrong end of something — be on the wrong end of (something) to suffer the bad effects of something. Companies that violate this law can find themselves on the wrong end of big law suits …   New idioms dictionary

  • put an end to something — put an end to (something) to stop something. The lights went out, and that put an end to our game of cards …   New idioms dictionary

  • (the) business end of something — the business end of (something) the part of a weapon or tool that does something. She screamed when she found herself facing the business end of his gun …   New idioms dictionary


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