Verb(1) bring to an end or halt(2) have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; either spatial or metaphorical(3) be the end of; be the last or concluding part of(4) terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position
(1) Soon after ten we were told that the train would terminate at Birmingham International.(2) The rate of deciding to terminate a pregnancy is also high when the specific disability of the fetus is known.(3) So it's a big step forward but it isn't - I agree with John - going to terminate the whole terrorist problem.(4) If the condition found cannot be treated, or if it causes severe disability in the child, the parents may decide to terminate the pregnancy.(5) For example, we once had to terminate an employee who excelled in profitability and productivity yet would not adhere to our safety rules and therefore did not conform to our safety culture.(6) Some trains will terminate at stations short of their destinations.(7) he was advised to terminate the contract(8) Our patient's options were to terminate the pregnancy and undergo conventional treatment or to continue with the pregnancy and adjust treatment.(9) The Company's customers may terminate most service contracts for a variety of reasons, either immediately or upon notice of a future date.(10) And even if they were available, antenatal counselling and the opportunity to terminate affected pregnancies safely may not be.(11) Buses in fact run across the city in all directions and nobody suggests that they should terminate at points on the edge of the centre ten minutes walk from each other.(12) the train will terminate at Stratford(13) Be aware that the employment relationship between the employee and the church will terminate when the worker leaves for active service with the National Guard.(14) It was argued that to determine a case is to decide, resolve, conclude, end, terminate or finish an argument.(15) Where contraception is inaccessible or of poor quality, many women will seek to terminate unintended pregnancies, despite restrictive laws and lack of adequate abortion services.(16) And again, we thought she was very beautiful and very nice, but she just wasn't able to fulfill her duties, and therefore, we had no choice but to terminate her.