year-end

year-end
noun
the end of a calendar year (Freq. 1)
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he had to unload the merchandise before the year-end

Hypernyms: ↑end, ↑ending
adjective
taking place at the close of a fiscal year
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year-end audit

Similar to: ↑closing

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I. \\ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷\ noun
: the end of the calendar year
II. adjective
: made at the year-end

year-end report

: occurring or existing at the year-end

year-end upsurge of prices

year-end inventory

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/year"end"/, n.
1. year's end; the end of a calendar year.
adj.
2. taking place or done at the year-end: a year-end sale; a year-end audit.
Also, yearend.
[1870-75]

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year-endˈ noun
The end of the (esp financial) year (also adjective)
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Main Entry:year

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year-end «YIHR EHND», noun, adjective.
–n.
1. the end of the year.
2. Informal. a stock dividend given at the end of the year.
–adj.
of or at the end of the year.

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/ˈjiɚˈɛnd/ adj, always used before a noun
: made or done at the end of the year

The store had a year-end sale.

We finished our year-end reports.


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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