Definition of endgame
: the stage of a chess game after major reduction of forces; also : the final stage of some action or process
Examples of endgame in a Sentence
they're now in the endgame of the negotiations for a new labor contract
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As Syria’s war between pro-government forces and rebels reaches its endgame, Idlib has become a dumping ground for militants who have refused to surrender to the government elsewhere in the country.
Endgame, by Ahmet Altan, translated from the Turkish by Alexander Dawe (Europa).
This sort of incremental, internal updating is a common endgame for a good gadget that has found its form-factor footing, and the Surface Pro took a rough road to get here.
Maybe there is no endgame, the two sides exchanging blows until one of them falls exhausted to the mat.
The endgame of Mars Direct is to terraform the planet, creating a self-sustaining home away from home by radically manipulating the environment.
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