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at last / in the end / finally / eventually
HSK 3
final / ultimate
ultimate / final
to stop / to terminate (law)
HSK 6
lifelong / all one's life / marriage
HSK 6
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end / finish
end of the year
the end / end point / finishing line (in a race) / destination / terminus / CL: 個|个
HSK 6
from beginning to end / all along
HSK 5
end / terminal
unswerving from start to finish (idiom)
in the end / after all is said and done
HSK 6
end / conclusion / to come to an end / to terminate (sth)
throughout one's life / lifetime / lifelong
terminus / final stop on rail or bus line
approaching one's end / with one foot in the grave
to end
end (of a performance or sports match) / last round of testing in the imperial examinations
to end / to reach an end
all day long
terminal
Final Fantasy (video game)
to spend one's last years
Court of Final Appeal
end of the war
year-end bonus
love will find a way (idiom)
from start to finish (idiom)
to pay careful attention to one's parents' funerary rites
The End (appearing at the end of a movie etc)
to die of old age / to live to a ripe old age / (fig.) (of sth) to come to an end (after a long period of service)
to pay one's last respects
end user
to die peacefully / (fig.) to result in failure (without any outside interference) / to come to nothing / to fizzle out
Zhongnan Mountains, near Xi'an / also known as the Taiyi Mountains
finishing line
final ruling
to die of old age / to die in one's bed at a ripe old age
(Tw) retirement pay / pension
to follow through / to carry through to the end
major turning point of lifelong import (esp. marriage)
Zhongnan mountains, near Xi'an
to start but not finish (idiom); to fail to carry things through / lack of sticking power / short attention span
to succeed through failure / to achieve one's final aim despite apparent setback
end product
where there's a start, there's a finish (idiom); to finish once one starts sth / to carry things through / I started, so I'll finish.
palliative care
faithful unto death (i.e. Confucian ban on widow remarrying)
end of a fixed term
final (i.e. final consonant or stop of some syllables in Asian phonetics)
life sentence
unswerving / unflinching
endgame / conclusion / outcome / final part of a chess game
terminal / final
lit. Mt Zhongnan is a shortcut to a ministerial job (idiom); fig. to take a shortcut to promotion
destination address
where there's a start, there's a finish (idiom); to finish once one starts sth / to carry things through / I started, so I'll finish.
all day long / all one's life
from start to finish
lifelong partner or companion
to pledge eternal love (idiom) / to exchange marriage vows
lit. the end comes back to the start (idiom); the wheel comes full circle
last rites (Christian ceremony)
to make a pledge to be married, without parents' approval
to come to nothing (idiom)
lit. teacher for one day, father for ever (idiom)
dumb terminal
entire year / throughout the year / age at death
to eat three square meals a day and do no work (idiom) / to be sated with food and remain idle
to be unable to carry on even for a single day / to be in a desperate situation
perfect finish (idiom)
eternal regret
Although the peony is beautiful, it depends entirely on help from the green leaves (idiom). However brilliant you may be, you can't do anything without support from others.
to start on virtue but give up (idiom); to fail to carry things through / lack of sticking power / short attention span
forever
to die before one's allotted lifespan has run its course (idiom)
to look after one's aged parents and arrange proper burial after they die
to spend the whole day eating (i.e. not doing any work)
The process is more beautiful than the outcome. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
almost everything has a start, but not many things have an end (idiom); don't start sth you can't handle
permanent snow cover
terminal cancer
The road means more than the destination. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
worried to death (idiom)
the final bell (esp. in sports competition)
It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
to be faithful to one's mate all one's life


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