termination englannista suomeksi
(quote-book)|title=Francesca Carrara|volume=3|page=111|text=Long indeed did that morning appear to Francesca—the longer as her anxiety was unexpressed; for it certainly does shorten a period of waiting not a little to spend it in talking over its various probabilities of termination, wondering what will happen, while we are consoled by the strong sympathy we excite in the listener.
1849, E. A. Andrews, ''A First Latin Book; Or Progressive Lessons in Reading and Writing Latin'', 2nd edition, Boston, p. 52 and 69:
- 1. Some adjectives of the third declension have three terminations in the nominative singular,—one for each gender; some two,—one for the masculine and feminine, the other for the neuter; and some, only one for all genders.
- 1. Verbs whose terminations are alike, are said to be of the same conjugation. 2. Latin verbs are divided into four conjugations.
(senseid) A word, a term.
(RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing)
1808, (w), The Bakerian Lecture, on some new Phenomena of chemical Changes produced by Electricity, particularly the Decomposition of the fixed Alkalis, and on the Exhibition of the new substances which constitute their bases; and on the general Nature of alkaline Bodies, ''Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'', Part 1, p. 32.
- On this idea, in naming the bases of potash and soda, it will be proper to adopt the termination which, by common consent, has been applied to other newly discovered metals... Potasium and sodium are the names...
The ending up of a polypeptid chain.