verb (used with object), terminated, terminating.
to bring to an end; put an end to:
to terminate a contract.
to occur at or form the conclusion of:
The countess’s soliloquy terminates the play.
to bound or limit spatially; form or be situated at the extremity of.
to dismiss from a job; fire:
to terminate employees during a recession.
verb (used without object), terminated, terminating.
to end, conclude, or cease.
(of a train, bus, or other public conveyance) to end a scheduled run at a certain place:
This train terminates in New York.
to come to an end (often followed by at, in, or with).
to issue or result (usually followed by in).
when intr, often foll by in or with. to form, be, or put an end (to); conclude: to terminate a pregnancy, their relationship terminated amicably
(transitive) to connect (suitable circuitry) to the end of an electrical transmission line to absorb the energy and avoid reflections
(intransitive) (maths) (of a decimal expansion) to have only a finite number of digits
(transitive) (slang) to kill (someone)
noun 1. a test that can be administered to oneself. verb (used with object) 2. to administer a test to (oneself).
noun 1. a test that can be administered to oneself. verb (used with object) 2. to administer a test to (oneself). noun 1. the means by which the presence, quality, or genuineness of anything is determined; a means of trial. 2. the trial of the quality of something: to put to the test. 3. a […]
adjective, thinner, thinnest. 1. having relatively little extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thick: thin ice. 2. of small cross section in comparison with the length; slender: a thin wire. 3. having little flesh; spare; lean: a thin man. 4. composed of or containing objects, particles, etc., widely separated; sparse: thin […]
[self-tawr-ment, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈtɔr mɛnt, ˌsɛlf-/ noun 1. an act or instance of tormenting oneself, as with worry or guilt.