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Record For Natural Language Word "end" In Language English Back to the main English page.

end Meaning #3
"end", in the sense of "by following established proceedings".
Entered by totus.
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tolcfari'i

Used in 1 definitions.

  • r1 is/are the ritual/proceedings for adjourning/ending c1[event/state/process] by community r2 with rules c4.

    It acts as a gloss word.

end Meaning #4
"end", in the sense of "stop process".
Entered by totus.
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tolcfagau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • g1 stops/ends c1 [state/event/process].

    It acts as a gloss word.

end Meaning #2
"end", in the sense of "terminate".
Entered by tijlan.
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sisti

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 [agent] ceases/stops/halts/ends activity/process/state x2 [not necessarily completing it].

    It acts as a gloss word.

Data Inconsistency

There appears to be both a default meaning for this word, and one or more specialized meanings. This makes little sense, and should be corrected.

"end", in the default sense.
Entered by officialdata.
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selfa'o

Used in 1 definitions.

  • f2 terminates/ceases/stops/halts at f1.

    It appears in place: 2.

fanmo

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is an end/finish/termination of thing/process x2; [not necessarily implying completeness].

    It acts as a gloss word.

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