- terminator (n.)
- 1770, "line of separation between the bright and dark parts of a moon or planet," from Late Latin terminator "he who sets bounds," agent noun from terminare (see terminus). Meaning "one who terminates" (something) is attested from 1846.
- 1. "Terminator 2" finally made $200 million, which was considered to be the break-even point for the picture.
- 2. The terminator is the boundary between day and night.
- 3. Of particular importance to the observer is the position of the terminator.
- 4. As a rule this concerns only part of the whole terminator.
- 5. Aren't you surprised the Terminator is the governor of California?
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