- n. 末端；终点站；终点；终端机；航站楼
- adj. 末端的；终点的；晚期的；（每）学期的
- 末端的,终点的,极限的 of or at the end or limit of sth
- 末期的,晚期的 of or being an illness that will cause death
station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods
a contact on an electrical device (such as a battery) at which electric current enters or leaves
either extremity of something that has length;
"the end of the pier"
"she knotted the end of the thread"
"they rode to the end of the line"
"the terminals of the anterior arches of the fornix"
electronic equipment consisting of a device providing access to a computer; has a keyboard and display
of or relating to or situated at the ends of a delivery route;
"freight pickup is a terminal service"
relating to or occurring in a term or fixed period of time;
being or situated at an end;
"the endmost pillar"
"terminal buds on a branch"
"a terminal station"
"the terminal syllable"
occurring at or forming an end or termination;
"his concluding words came as a surprise"
"the final chapter"
"the last days of the dinosaurs"
causing or ending in or approaching death;
"a terminal patient"
- That terminal is live.
- A record message is played when the airport bus approaches the terminal.
- I'll keep with you to the bus terminal.
- Please wait for me at the bus terminal.
- You have installed Microsoft Terminal Services.
- Telomere locates on the terminal of DNA containing repeat DNA sequence.
- Any of various Old World shrubs having smooth entire leaves and terminal panicles of small white flowers followed by small black berries,many used for hedges.
- Therefore, the person is the jumping-off point of education, is also the educational terminal point.
- About 70% patients were in terminal as they are diagnosed.
- The car has reached its terminal speed and can run faster no longer.
- She is a terminal patient.
- He is in the terminal stage of cancer.
- For a hospital, cost shifting could be terminal.
People..speculated whether the Labour Party was not in the process of terminal disintegration.出自：New Statesman
I had eighty-seven days of terminal leave when the war was over.出自：New Yorker