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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of terminate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a terminus or end; ended; specifically, in mineralogy, having the extremity completed by one or more crystalline faces: said of a crystal. See termination, 9.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of e.g. a contract or term of office) having come to an end
- adj. having come or been brought to a conclusion
Also, there's a mention in here, as well as other programs in the past of what they call a terminated radiation bomb project, or what some people commonly refer to as a dirty bomb.
Only then, if he or she does not pass, will the teacher be terminated from the teaching post.
I was recently terminated from a job I loved with Clearwired in Albuquerque, NM due to the economy.
That crew was immediately terminated from the job.
By the time the rebellion ended in March 1924, 54 generals and 7,000 soldiers had been terminated from the country's armed forces via death on the battlefield, execution, exile, or dismissal.
The only way that a person born as an American citizen may have their US citizenship terminated is if that person goes to an American Embassy or Consulate in a foreign country and voluntarily renounces their US citizenship.
No More Butts, Fags, Skags, Gaspers (Updated!) nicked - verb - to be terminated from a position due to being a cigarette smoker See also, smoked.
A clash between Host and Sedor resulted in Sedor being terminated from the hospital's medical staff.
Now, as we near the top of the Col, new mountains come rising on the northern horizon; – the Santa Croce, or Heiligen Kreutz, a long mountain terminated towards the west with a couple of twin peaks, like a Cathedral with two short spires; the dome-shaped Verella Berg; and the Sass Ungar, or Sassander Kofel, which is, in reality, an outpost of the Guerdenazza Massive.
There is a door of Perpendicular style, with a square-headed label terminated by heads much weathered, in the west wall of the tower.