a final goal or finishing point; terminus.
Chemistry. the point in a titration usually noting the completion of a reaction and marked by a change of some kind, as of the color of an indicator.
the on each side of an interval marking its extremity on that side.
(chem) the point at which a titration is complete, usually marked by a change in colour of an indicator
the point at which anything is complete
also end-point, 1899, originally in chemistry, from end + point (n.). General use from 1920s.
- End-position nystagmus
end-position nystagmus n. A jerky nystagmus occurring in a normal individual when attempts are made to fixate a point at the limits of fixation.
noun 1. the final or resulting product, as of an industry, process of growth, etc.: Cloth is one of the end products of cotton manufacture. noun 1. the final result or outcome of a process, series, endeavour, etc, esp in manufacturing
noun, Prosody. 1. rhyme of the terminal syllables of lines of poetry.
[en-drin] /ˈɛn drɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a highly toxic, chlorinated hydrocarbon, C 12 H 8 OCl 6 , formerly used as an insecticide.