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Definition of "expired" []

  • To finish or run out; cease; come to an end (verb)
  • To breathe out (air); exhale (verb)
  • To die (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of expire. (verb)

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  • That is no longer valid (adjective)
  • That has been breathed out (adjective)
  • Dead (adjective)

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Use "expired" in a sentence
  • "A Republican candidate Mr. Obama nominated to succeed Peter Schaumber after his term expired a year ago also hasn't been confirmed."
  • "Be that as it may, Mr. Gbagbo's rule was marked by a great deal of internal violence, which served as a pretext for his failure to hold a presidential election when his term expired in 2005."
  • "George Pataki , Ms. Shevell is the third-longest-serving current member and has remained as a holdover member since her term expired in 2010."