- vt.& vi.terminate的过去式
- v.结束( terminate的过去式和过去分词 ); 使终结; 解雇; （公共汽车或火车）到达终点站
Her next remark abruptly terminated the conversation.
The agreement between us is terminated forthwith.
His contract was abruptly terminated.
The conference terminated yesterday.
Jane's unhappy married life terminated in divorce.
Regrettably we could find no sign of the man and the search was terminated.
In the world as a whole, about ten per cent of all pregnancies are terminated.
Carrie stood waiting a moment, hardly certain whether the interview had terminated.
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The war could not be terminated, efficient relief could not be raised.
Our engagement with the Sitwell Company terminated in May.
The game terminated in a victory for the home team.
During the economic recession the factory terminated a large number of workers.
Within an hour Gregory Steven's career was terminated.
They have terminated the contract.
Murphy's unhappy martial life terminated in divorce.
1. having come or been brought to a conclusion;
"the harvesting was complete"
"the affair is over, ended, finished"
"the abruptly terminated interview"
2. (of e.g. a contract or term of office) having come to an end