[end-pley] /ˈɛndˌpleɪ/ Bridge.
any , usually near the of a contract, that puts one of the opposing players in the lead and forces the opponents to lose one or more tricks that they would have won if their side had not been leading.
verb (used with object)
to put into the lead by an endplay.
a way of playing the last few tricks in a hand so that an opponent is forced to make a particular lead
to force (an opponent) to make a particular lead near the end of a hand: declarer endplayed West for the jack of spades
[end-point] /ˈɛndˌpɔɪnt/ noun, Mathematics. 1. the on each side of an interval marking its extremity on that side. n. also end-point, 1899, originally in chemistry, from end + point (n.). General use from 1920s.
noun 1. a final goal or finishing point; terminus. 2. 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. 3. Mathematics. . [end-point] /ˈɛndˌpɔɪnt/ noun, Mathematics. 1. the on each side of an interval marking its […]
- 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