come to an end


: to reach an end
The work has finally come to an end.
After three weeks the strike finally came to an end.
Summer always seems to come to an end much too quickly.
The curtain fell as the play came to an end.

Examples of come to an end in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But all good things must come to an end; in this case, some bosses are just about fed up with entertaining the expanse of options employees want. Jane Thier, Fortune, 16 June 2023 The whirlwind — and still unconfirmed — romance between Taylor Swift and Matty Healy has come to an end, according to multiple reports. Rania Aniftos, Billboard, 5 June 2023 But now, some of that fun has come to an end, as the voice of Jackson will soon stop working on customers’ devices. Emma Roth, The Verge, 30 May 2023 So many of my friends, their seasons have come to an end in very sad ways. Jacob Steinberg, Baltimore Sun, 25 May 2023 The search for an aperiodic monotile appears to have come to an end. Quanta Magazine, 23 May 2023 More for you All good things really must come to an end. Connor Letourneau, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 May 2023 The severe weather event for northern Illinois and northwest Indiana has come to an end, according to the National Weather Service field office in Chicago. Mirna Alsharif, NBC News, 2 Apr. 2023 But his days lazying around soon come to an end as he's forced to tackle his grief head-on and begin to move forward in his life. Dory Jackson, Peoplemag, 15 Mar. 2023

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“Come to an end.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Apr. 2024.

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