at either end


at either end
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  • either end — either side/end/hand/etc phrase each of two sides ends hands etc Her parents were sitting on either side of her. There were stairs at either end of the hall. Pelham entered the room carrying a briefcase in either ha …   Useful english dictionary

  • at either end — at any of the two ends, at one end or the other …   English contemporary dictionary

  • end — end1 [end] n. [ME & OE ende, akin to Ger ende, Goth andeis < IE * antyos, opposite, lying ahead < * anti , opposite, facing (< base * ants, front, forehead) < OHG endi, forehead, Ger anti, L ante] 1. a limit or limiting part; point of …   English World dictionary

  • either side — either side/end/hand/etc phrase each of two sides ends hands etc Her parents were sitting on either side of her. There were stairs at either end of the hall. Pelham entered the room carrying a briefcase in either ha …   Useful english dictionary

  • either hand — either side/end/hand/etc phrase each of two sides ends hands etc Her parents were sitting on either side of her. There were stairs at either end of the hall. Pelham entered the room carrying a briefcase in either ha …   Useful english dictionary

  • end zone — end′ zone n. 1) spo the area at either end of a football field between the goal line and the end line 2) spo the area at either end of an ice hockey rink between the goal line and the closer of the two blue lines • Etymology: 1910–15 …   From formal English to slang

  • end line — end′ line n. 1) spo the boundary line at either end of a court or playing field 2) spo a line at each end of a football field parallel to and 10 yds. (9 m) behind the goal line • Etymology: 1915–20, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • end man — end′ man n. 1) a person at one end of a row or line 2) sbz a performer at either end of the chorus line in a minstrel show who plays the bones or tambourine and banters with the interlocutor • Etymology: 1860–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • end line — n. Basketball Football a line at either end of a court or playing field, marking the limits of the playing area: see also BASE LINE …   English World dictionary

  • end table — ☆ end table n. a small table to be placed at either end of a sofa, beside a chair, etc …   English World dictionary

  • either — ei|ther [ iðər ] function word, quantifier *** Either can be used in the following ways: in the expression either...or: Students could choose either French or Spanish. You can either come by bus or take a taxi. as a determiner (followed by a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English