- v.期满（ expire的过去式和过去分词 ）; 文件、协议等（因到期而）失效; 断气; 逝世;
- 动词: expire;
Barnes was resolved to moving on when his contract expired.
He endured excruciating ago-nies before he finally expired.
The period of validity of the agreement has expired.
Their licences have expired.
His term of imprisonment hasn't expired yet.
The term of office has expired.
He expired at midnight.
His visitor's visa expired.
He endured excruciating agonies before he finally expired.
The letter of credit expired.
Before the ten minutes had expired the travellers had passed the humied zone.
License Expired The trial license on your device has expired.
Asset Evaluation expired become one of the reorganization of the controversy.
I will bill against this sumandwhen it has expired.
The service checks to see if the ticket expired.
1. having come to an end or become void after passage of a period of time;
"an expired passport"
"caught driving with an expired license"