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End in or end with

Inna Inna

End in or end with
Hello everyone) Could you explain me the difference between the usage of to end in and to end with?

13 Feb 2018      


From macmillandictionary.com:
[end in something] to have something as a FINAL RESULT
His attempt to persuade the boy ended in failure.
The game ended in a draw.

[end with something] to have something as the FINAL PART
The festival ended with fireworks.

13 Feb 2018     

Inna Inna

Thank you)

13 Feb 2018