The End
  • (British) IPA: /ðiː ɛnd/
  • (America) IPA: /ði ɛnd/
  1. Used traditionally at the end of a story.
  2. Used to indicate the termination of something.
    • 2007, Kathryn M. Hilton, Artificial Intelligence Is Fun!: Conversations with a Computer, p. 240:
      I have no idea where this conversation is going. Shall we head it off the page and say this is The End.
  3. The end of the world, particularly in a religious sense.

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