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expires|expired|expiringɪk'spaɪə verb +lose validity +pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life +expel air
1 cease, (come to an) end, close, finish, terminate, run out, conclude, discontinue:
Your subscription expires with the next issue.
2 die, breathe one's last, decease, perish, pass away:
His grandmother expired only last year, at the age of 110.
3 exhale, breathe out, expel:
In the daytime we expire more carbon dioxide than during the night.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb[V] 1 (of a document, an agreement, etc.) to be no longer valid because the period of time for which it could be used has ended Synonym: RUN OUT When does your driving licence expire? + Our lease on the house expires next month. 2 (of a period of time, especially one during which sb holds a position of authority) to end: His term of office expires at the end of June. 3 (literary) to die See also-UNEXPIRED
Collocation Dictionary verb
VERB + EXPIRE
be due to
His contract is due to expire at the end of this year.
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