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- (transitive) To bring to a conclusion.
- The band usually ends up their concerts with their biggest hit song.
- (copulative) To come to a final place, condition, or situation, sometimes unplanned or unexpected; to turn out.
- They ended up angry at each other.
- He ended up as an insurance agent.
- I was going for a stroll, and ended up lost.
- (transitive) To lift or tilt, so as to set on end.
- to end up a hogshead
- (to bring to a conclusion): conclude, end, finish up, wind up
- (come to a final place, condition, situation): wind up, turn out
arrive at a destination
- “end up”, in OneLook Dictionary Search.
- (Hong Kong Cantonese) in the end; it turns out that
- 2018 June 1, “【道具鈔惹禍】製片申請被拒 湯家驊斥自我中心：星戰都唔會太空拍”, in 蘋果日報 [Apple Daily], archived from the original on 2021-06-21:
- 但她指fso再給予一位金管局人員的電話，「咁樣來來往往我夠鐘拍喇，咪拍陰司紙囉end up」。 [Cantonese, trad.]
- daan6 taa1 zi2 fso zoi3 kap1 jyu5 jat1 wai6-2 gam1 gun2 guk6-2 jan4 jyun4 dik1 din6 waa6-2, “gam2 joeng6-2 loi4 loi4 wong5 wong5 ngo5 gau3 zung1 paak3 laa3, mai6 paak3 jam1 si1 zi2 lo1 en1 ap1”. [Jyutping]
- But she says that FSO then provided a telephone number of a HKMA personnel; “the time would have been up for me if I were to go back and forth [for all the paperwork] in such way, so it ended up being shooting with hell money as props.”
但她指fso再给予一位金管局人员的电话，“咁样来来往往我够钟拍喇，咪拍阴司纸啰end up”。 [Cantonese, simp.]