The End meaning
The End may refer to:
Used in the Middle of Sentence
of the meeting, John saw the light and withdrew his objections.
And as I sat there brooding on the old, unknown world, I thought of Gatsby's wonder when he first picked out the green light at
of Daisy's dock.
Used in the list of signatures at
of the United States Constitution
Used in the Beginning of Sentence
The end of the 80x86 (x < 3) will come when Micro$oft quits supporting MS-DOS. Read the Byte article (April '89, I believe) on the 286 vs. 386SX.
Used in the Ending of Sentence
You should vary your diet. Eating just bread will do you harm in
And the clanging call of the general alarm rasped you to battle stations, night and day, from sleep and from meals, always with the same emptyhandedness of failure in
There were a lot of problems at the start, but it all came out well in
for the defined word.
Grammatically, this idiom "The End" is a
Definiteness: Level 1
Definite ➨ Versatile