During those days, doctors in Novorossiysk were not allowed to terminate pregnancies except in “the most extreme cases.”
There was the woman who became pregnant with twins and felt unexpectedly overwhelmed, leading her to terminate.
And sometimes, they chose to terminate their pregnancies by having abortions.
There was no way I was making any demand to Daria to terminate her pregnancy.
The Northern Gateway pipeline does not terminate in Vancouver, but close enough, let it pass.
He expects no good of the assembly, and would be glad if he could terminate it immediately.
He had never seen the instrument that was to terminate his life.
Does injury or liability of an agent ever terminate an agency?
This view of it did not relieve him of anxiety to know how the matter was going to terminate.
Thus did Wallenstein, at the age of fifty, terminate his active and extraordinary life.
1610s, "to bring to an end," from Latin terminatus, past participle of terminare "to limit, end" (see terminus). Sense of "to come to an end" is recorded from 1640s; meaning "dismiss from a job" is recorded from 1973; that of "to assassinate" is from 1975. Related: Terminated; terminating.