year-end


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year-end

also year·end (yîr′ĕnd′)
n.
The end of a year: the value of the account at year-end.
adj.
Occurring or done at the end of the year: a year-end audit.

year′-end′

or year′end′,



n.
1. the end of a calendar year.
adj.
2. occurring at the year-end: a year-end sale.
[1870–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.year-end - the end of a calendar year; "he had to unload the merchandise before the year-end"
end, ending - the point in time at which something ends; "the end of the year"; "the ending of warranty period"
Adj.1.year-end - taking place at the close of a fiscal year; "year-end audit"
closing - final or ending; "the closing stages of the election"; "the closing weeks of the year"; "the closing scene of the film"; "closing remarks"
Translations

year-end

nJahresende nt; year-end reportJahresbericht m, → Geschäftsbericht m
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