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Termination vs. Liberation

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Terminationnoun

The process of terminating or the state of being terminated.

Liberationnoun

The act of liberating or the state of being liberated.

Terminationnoun

The process of firing an employee; ending one's employment at a business for any reason.

Liberationnoun

The process of striving to achieve equal rights and status.

Terminationnoun

An end in time; a conclusion.

Liberationnoun

The act of liberating or the state of being liberated.

‘This mode of analysis requires perfect liberation from all prejudged system.’;

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Terminationnoun

An end in space; an edge or limit.

Liberationnoun

the act of liberating someone or something

Terminationnoun

An outcome or result.

Liberationnoun

the attempt to achieve equal rights or status;

‘she worked for women's liberation’;

Terminationnoun

The last part of a word; an ending, a desinence; a suffix.

Liberationnoun

the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)

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Terminationnoun

(medical) An induced abortion.

Liberationnoun

the action of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression; release

‘the liberation of all political prisoners’;

Terminationnoun

A word, a term.

Liberationnoun

freedom from limits on thought or behaviour

‘the struggle for women's liberation’;

Terminationnoun

The ending up of a polypeptid chain.

Terminationnoun

The act of terminating, or of limiting or setting bounds; the act of ending or concluding; as, a voluntary termination of hostilities.

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Terminationnoun

That which ends or bounds; limit in space or extent; bound; end; as, the termination of a line.

Terminationnoun

End in time or existence; as, the termination of the year, or of life; the termination of happiness.

Terminationnoun

End; conclusion; result.

Terminationnoun

Last purpose of design.

Terminationnoun

A word; a term.

Terminationnoun

The ending of a word; a final syllable or letter; the part added to a stem in inflection.

Terminationnoun

a coming to an end of a contract period;

‘the expiry of his driver's license’;

Terminationnoun

a place where something ends or is complete

Terminationnoun

something that results;

‘he listened for the results on the radio’;

Terminationnoun

the end of a word (a suffix or inflectional ending or final morpheme);

‘I don't like words that have -ism as an ending’;

Terminationnoun

the act of ending something;

‘the termination of the agreement’;

Terminationnoun

the action of terminating something or the fact of being terminated

‘the termination of a contract’;

Terminationnoun

an induced abortion

‘for many conditions, a large proportion of people say they would not consider a termination’;

Terminationnoun

an act of dismissing someone from employment

‘workers were informed of the terminations on Wednesday’;

Terminationnoun

an assassination.

Terminationnoun

a word's final syllable or letters or letter, especially when constituting an element in inflection or derivation.

Terminationnoun

an ending or result of a specified kind

‘a good result and a happy termination’;

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