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grand finale

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Performing
grand finaleˌgrand fiˈnale noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 APthe last and most impressive or exciting part of a show or performance
Examples from the Corpus
grand finaleAmong the entertainments on offer are amusements, a band parade, stalls, sports and a grand finale fireworks display.And mine came as a grand finale at the firm.Dry ice was also pumped into the room as a grand finale.Squibbing displays provide a grand finale.It is usually reserved for the grand finale, after the singing and preaching have induced a receptive mood.Maybe Carolyn says that this was merely the grand finale.She wouldn't be required until the grand finale in the late afternoon, and for that she gave thanks.The grand finale is a celebration.
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