The battle finally brought the war to an end.这一仗使这场战争终告结束。
At the end of the film, the hero wept bitterly.在影片的结尾，主人公伤心地哭了。
He makes a knot in the end of the string.他在绳子末端打了个结。
He could have achieved his ends by peaceful means.他要是采用和平手段的话就会完成他的目标。
He came to an untimely end by accident.他遭不测而过早死亡。
We need someone to handle the marketing end of the business.我们需要有人管理本公司的销售部。
Jean is going to meet me at the other end.琼打算在那边终点站接我。
I answered the phone but there was no one at the other end.我接了电话，但线那头没有人。
The teams changed ends at half-time.上半场结束时双方交换了场地。
He threw his cigarette end on the floor.他把烟头丢在地上。
He came to an untimely end.他英年早逝。
He met his end at the Battle of Waterloo.他在滑铁卢战役中阵亡。
The debate ended in uproar.那场争辩以大吵大闹收场。
They ended the party off with a song.他们唱支歌结束了晚会。
Don’t give away the end of the story.
The story has a happy end.
The two ministers did not close with each other until near the end of the meeting.
Every club member must pay up his membership money before the end of the season.
She reached the end of endurance.
The date for the delivering of the lecture has been advanced to the end of the month.
Come on. It isn’t the end of the world.
The pointed end of the stick pierced through its throat into its mouth.
Gather the ends of the wool together and tie them in a knot.
The fore end tube plate of the condenser has cracked beyond repair.
When the end of the pipe was opened, the water flew in.
The end of cloth is enough for a dress.
He had prayed constantly to Allah for an end to this time of horror.
They have decreeded an end to all this fighting.
The two opposing armies fought through to the end.
We must fight on until the end.
Do the ends justify the means?
That face called up in his mind the image of his end wife.
My partner looks after the advertising end.
Look at your dirty hands—you really the end!
I’m arriving on Monday, could you make hotel arrangements at your end?
I suppose the hotel has a shop where I can get odds and ends.
That girl is just about the end of me.
The road ends here.
When the meeting ended,I began to chat with some of the members.
Soon the third stage of the war ended and the fourth stage began.
But the movement of knowledge does not end here.
How does the story end?
Everything ended happily.
All is well that ends well.
The Congress ended its first session on January 4.
Something must be done to end the strike.
Let’s end our quarrel.
A band ended the parade.
I hoped that this might end my suffering.
Drinking hard ended him.
The strike was ended.
用作名词(n.)at the end 在…的末尾 the point at which sth stops or after which it no longer exists
at the end
Owing to a long delay on the journey, he did not arrive until the meeting was at the end.
He went on spending lavishly until his money was at the end.
at the end of sth
Many citizens in Beijing got back their stolen bicycles at the end of last year.
At the end of three years, my son hopes to qualify as a lawyer.
Polly is due to pass out from training college at the end of July.
At the end of a month the club leader had the unruly youths eating out of his hand.
I am going to charge a new dress, and pay for it at the end of the month.
He cast up his accounts at the end of each day.
Give in your work at the end of the class.
Some countries, partitioned at the end of World War II, remain to be reunified.
The young singer was pleasantly surprised when waves of cheering broke over her at the end of her first performance.
At the end of the trip we reclaimed our luggage.
The hired hands were paid off at the end of the harvest season
There’s room at the end of the garage to fit up a workbench.
The state started to construct a modern fishing harbour at the southern end of the bay.
At the end of the row, bind off seven stitches.
at the other end of the line幕后 really controlling sth
be at an end完毕 finished
be at dead end无法进展下去 can’t progress
be at one’s wit’s end无法可想 have no better idea
by the end of到…为止 the point at which sth stops
end for end反过来,调过去 return
end to end首尾相连地 with the points or the narrow sides touching each other
in the end最后,结果 finally
make ends meet使收支相抵get just enough money for all one’s needs
towards the end (of)接近…末尾 end
用作动词(v.)end by (v.+prep.)以…方式结束 finish by way of
end by v-ing
He will end by marrying her.
He ended by remarking that he would come back soon.
end in (v.+prep.)以…结尾; 结果是 have as its concluding position; have as a result in
end in sb/sth
This street ends in the Children’s Palace.
The rope ended in a knot.
The word ends in a consonant.
The strike ended in victory.
The match ended in a win for us.
After full 12 months the Long March ended in triumph.
A people’s just war is bound to end in victory.
Their struggle over prices finally ended in a satisfactory settlement.
The election ended in the defeat of the Government.
The women’s matches ended in a draw.
Their first meeting ended in disagreement.
Their marriage ended in divorce.
It will end in a great financial loss to us.
We discussed the affair for two hours, but it all ended in talk.
The incident ended in a laugh.
If you drive as recklessly as that, you’ll end in hospital.
The enemy’s dream ended in smoke.
end off (v.+adv.)结束 bring to an end; come to an end
Don’t you think the film ends off rather suddenly?
The story ends off rather suddenly.
end sth ⇔ off with sth
He ended off his talk with a joke.
He ended off his speech with a very funny joke.
She ended off her speech with a quotation from Shakespeare.
The writer ended off his speech with a famous Chinese saying.
We ended off the meal with coffee and brandy.
end up (v.+adv.)〈非正〉(以…)结束; 最终成为或变得 do sth or be somewhere as a result of a previous action; reach a final situation
How does the story end up?
With Jim driving, you never know where you’re going to end up.
The traveller took the wrong train and ended up at a country village.
If he had really pulled the trigger,I would have ended up then and there.
end sb/sth ⇔ up
He finally ended up his speech.
Jim, the champion, seemed to end up two to three points ahead just about every night.
end up as sb/sth
In spite of the people’s opinions, she ended up as the winner.
All those who try to falsify history are bound to end up as criminals in history.
The general began his army life as a private soldier and ended up as ruler of his country.
Most of the white liquid running out of these trees ends up as rubber tyres.
end up adj\u002e
After gaining two fortunes, he ended up poor when he died.
Despite his efforts, he ended up unsuccessful after all.
end up v-ing
I ended up telling him everything although I tried not to.
If you don’t watch the road more carefully, you’ll end up having an accident.
I never dreamed that I would end up owning such a lot of property!
Every time she tried to argue with her husband she ended up crying her eyes out.
You’ll end up getting burnt if you don’t keep away from the fire.
If you don’t eat less you’ll end up looking like a whale!
end up v-ed
They all ended up puzzled.
end up by (v.+adv.+prep.)〈非正〉以…结束 do sth or be somewhere as a result of a previous action; reach a final situation
end up by v-ing
Be careful, you could end up by getting hurt.
Such people can only end up by leaving the Party.
end up in (v.+adv.+prep.)死在 die in; kill in
end up in sth
If you go on doing that kind of thing, you’ll end up in prison.
If they don’t come to their senses, they will end up in the same grave as Hitler.
Acceptance of that view would also end up in a mess.
The business might end up in failure unless more care is taken with the accounts.
end sb ⇔ up in sth
Stop spending so fast, or you’ll end us up in debt.
end up in sth
The runaway prisoner ended up in a ditch.
The gangster ended up in the electric chair.
end up nowhere (v.+adv.+adv.)一事无成 not do sth useful
end up with (v.+adv.+prep.)〈非正〉以…结束have as its concluding position; have as a result with; reach a final situation
end up with sth
We had a banquet, which ended up with soup.
Jim entered the competition without much hope, not thinking he would end up with first prize!
In a word, the Long March ended up with victory for us and defeat for the enemy.
The party ended up with the singing of the Internationale .
end sth ⇔ up with sth
He ended up his letter with good wishes to the family.
We ended the dinner up with fruit and coffee.
The students ended up their class meeting with a chorus singing.
The correspondent ended up his report with a short poem.
Englishmen often end up their breakfast with toast and marmalade.
end with (v.+prep.)以…结束 have as its concluding position
end with sth/v-ing
The play ends with the hero’s death.
Most of the old stories end with the lovers’ marriage.
Our experiment ended with success.
The meeting ended with dancing.
I should like to end with reminding members of the purpose of the club.
end sth with sth
We ended our meal with a nice dessert.
He ended his talk with a quotation from Shakespeare.
You should end the letter with “sincerely yours.”
achieve one’s end达到目的
bring to an end使结束
come to no good end失败
demand an end要求终止,废除
draw to an end结束,完成
fight to the end战斗到底
gain one’s end达到目的
go off the deep end冒险
have an end有目的
keep one’s end up保持愉快和饱满的情绪,精神饱满地对待
make an end结束,终止
meet one’s end死,送命
put an end结束,终止
take an end告终
think no end of极端看重
win one’s end达到目的
at the end在末尾,完毕,结束
at the end of one’s rope到了山穷水尽的地步
by the end of到…末
for this end为了这个目的
from end to end从一端到另一端,从头到尾
from the beginning to the end自始至终
in the end终于,最后,归根到底
near sb’s end某人快死
put a box on end把箱子竖起来
to an end结束,终止
to the end that为…起见
end of one’s rope绳子的末端
end of one’s work工作结束
end of the earth天涯海角
end of the word该词之末
end of the world天涯海角,天南地北
end of the year年底
end of war战争结束
end to end两头相接,衔接,不断地
end any connection断绝联系
end the book结束该书
end the letter结束了这封信
end the matter结束这件事
end the meeting结束会议
end the programme结束节目
end the sentence结束句子
end the story结束故事
end the strike结束罢工
end还可作“目的”解,是可数名词,说“达到目的”时常可与accomplish, achieve, attain, compass, gain, obtain, reach, secure, win等动词连用。end作“结局”“结果”解时可加不定冠词。
at one’s end的意思是“在那里”,指说话人或对方所在地,介词at有时可省略。
the end of sb 的意思是“令人受不了”。