end point

noun
1.
a final goal or finishing point; terminus.
2.
Chemistry. the point in a titration usually noting the completion of a reaction and marked by a change of some kind, as of the color of an indicator.
3.
Mathematics, endpoint.

Origin:
1895–1900

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end point
 
n
1.  chem the point at which a titration is complete, usually marked by a change in colour of an indicator
2.  the point at which anything is complete

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Example sentences
Instead, it's something that creates a particular product or service, and it
  has a clear end point.
Whoever reaches the end point with the ball first gets the winnings, usually
  goods put in a pile before the race begins.
The end point of that process is language extinction.
Measure the time it takes you from the starting point to the end point, then
  back.
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