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[yeer-end] /ˈyɪərˈɛnd/
year's end; the end of a calendar year.
taking place or done at the year-end:
a year-end sale; a year-end audit.
Also, yearend.
Origin of year-end
1870-75 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • year-end lists inevitably leave room for debate and criticism, and ours is no exception.
  • Our year-end crossword challenges your knowledge of science.
  • Only a baseline contract with the jobber, and the jobber always wins at the year-end round-up.
  • Let them keep year-end positive balances in small reserve accounts, to spend on things they regard as important.
  • Each year the graphs would edge higher and higher towards the year-end, reaching up to the thousands of infected.
  • Twentieth-century design is the common theme of the auction houses' year-end blowouts.
  • These year-end shows will be a mix of music and comedy.
  • Ninety-nine times out of hundred, the trade will work out well, and the trader's year-end bonus will be boosted.
  • These unwanted excitements drew attention away from what the firm hoped would be the year-end's main event.
  • For example, oil companies are required to recalculate the viability of their reserves each year, using the oil price at year-end.

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