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Definition of "expires" []

  • To finish or run out; cease; come to an end (verb)
  • To breathe out (air); exhale (verb)
  • To die (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of expire. (verb)

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Use "expires" in a sentence
  • "Democratic Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts said Thursday he expects the White House to nominate the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s No. 2 official, Martin Gruenberg, to succeed Sheila Bair as chairman of the agency when her term expires at the end of June."
  • "Robert F. McDonnell, who is strongly antiabortion, will have a chance to replace them all by the time his term expires in January 2014."
  • "Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, who has represented Marin and Sonoma counties in Washington for the past 19 years, announced Monday that she would not be seeking re-election after her term expires this year."