动词过去式:expired 过去分词:expired 现在分词:expiring 第三人称单数:expires
1 (of sth that lasts a period of time) come to an end; become no longer in use （指延续一段时间的某事物）结束, 不再使用, 期满, 终止
*Our present lease on the flat expires next month. 我们这套公寓的租约下月到期.
* When does your driving licence expire? 你的驾驶执照何时到期?
2 (esp medical 尤用于医学) breathe out (air) 呼出（气）.
3 (dated fml 旧, 文) die 死; 去世.
1300-1400; Language: French;Origin:
expirer, from Latin
exspirare, from spirare 'to breathe'
if an official document expires, it can no longer be legally used
= run out My passport expires next week. players whose contracts expire this summerexpire in/on/at My driving licence expires in March. The lease on the flat expired on June 14th.
if a period of time when someone has a particular position of authority expires, it ends The chairman's term of office has already expired.literary
if someone expires, they die Ophelia expires in Act IV of Hamlet.
1. My lease will expire on September 30th, this year. 我的租约今年九月三十日到期。
2. My visa will expire soon so I must renew it. Where should I go? 我的签证即将到期, 所以我必须换新它, 我应该到哪里呢?