endpoint : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a place where something ends or is complete

  • There are some cases where the outcome, or endpoint, of a trial is pretty definitive and measurable like, say, death.
  • That's because the full document suggests the endpoint of the process would be guided, in part, by United Nations Resolution 242 and last year's Saudi proposal endorsed by the Arab .
  • From the Lower Ninth, Claiborne Avenue will take you back across the canal to Bywater; continue west on Esplanade Avenue to see some 150-year-old mansions en route to your endpoint .
News & Articles


  • Carlton Cuse in Reuters
    What we didn't know was how long we had to play the story out,Cuse said. "By defining the endpoint we can now really map out the rest of the series in confidence."
  • Donovan in Stuff.co.nz
    We are also pencilling in another 100 basis point cut in March and 50 basis points in April, to bring the OCR to the endpoint of 2.50pc,O'Donovan added.
  • Kazuo Hirai in Thai News Agency MCOT
    We need a strategy where buying a hardware is not the endpoint but instead a starting point that can offer new experiences to our customers,Hirai said.

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