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English Meaning(s) for 終点

  1. terminus; last stop (e.g. train)

Definition and Synonyms for 終点

Terminus either end of a railroad or bus route
Synonyms: 終点
End a final part or section
Synonyms: しまう, じまい, エンド, ラスト, エピローグ, フィニッシュ, 仕舞い, 大切, 大切り, 大団円, 大尾, , 最後, 最期, 最終, , , , , 末尾, 末つ方, 末期, 末期, , , 終わり, 終わる, 終局, 終幕, 終期, 終末, 終点, 終盤, 結尾, 結局
Terminus the ultimate goal for which something is done
Synonyms: デスティネーション, ディスティネーション, 最終目標, 終点
Terminus a place where something ends or is complete
Synonyms: 終点
End a final state
Synonyms: しまう, じまい, エンド, おしまい, フィニッシュ, 仕舞い, , 幕切れ, 最後, 最期, 最終, 末尾, 末つ方, 末期, 末期, 末路, 果て, 果てる, 消滅, 滅亡, , 終わり, 終わる, 終局, 終幕, 終期, 終末, 終点, 終焉, 終盤, 終結, 結尾, 結末, 閉幕

Meanings for each kanji in 終点

end; finish Kanji Details »
spot; point; mark; speck; decimal point Kanji Details »

Categories 終点 is a member of

State the way something is with respect to its main attributes
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Part one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole
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End the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it
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Terminal either extremity of something that has length
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Sample Sentences for 終点

Where is the end of this line?
The final stop of Tokaido line is Tokyo.
The Tokaido line terminates at Tokyo.
We reached our destination just as I thought the car was going to give up the ghost.

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