terminus

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Noun[change]

Singular
terminus

Plural
termini or terminuses

  1. (countable) The terminus of something is its end or final point, often the end of a bus or rail route or line.
    The train has arrived at the terminus of the line.
    The station served as the western terminus of the railway for 40 years.
    There was damage at the terminus of the nerves.
  2. (countable) A terminus is a boundary or border or a post that marks a boundary or border.

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