meet death

(redirected from meet end)

meet (one's) death

To die. Please stop speeding, I don't want to meet my death today!
See also: death, meet

meet one's death

 and meet one's end
Fig. to die. After 20 years, my dog finally met his death when he got hit by a bus. The skydiver met his end when his parachute didn't open.
See also: death, meet
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