end up

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to finally come to a certain place or state because of any activity

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Many are not, and end up burning out, divorced, and in crisis. Harvard Business Review

Nine out of 10 explicit photos end up on the internet. Bournemouth Echo

Simple tasks like grocery shopping or picking up medication end up taking much longer and causing even more stress. Honolulu Civil Beat

We're going to end up making a horrible, horrible solution because we don't have time to make a good solution. ABC6OnYourSide.com

“We end up being just like our parents!” says Sunny Leone, as she spends Mother's Day, in lockdown with her kids. Mumbai Mirror

It's something of a lazy approach, but as we've seen – the lazy investors usually end up on top. Motley Fool Australia

Covid-19 could end up becoming a seasonal infection like the flu, top Chinese scientists have said. Business Standard

However, their grand party plans ended up in bloodshed, with two persons from each group getting murdered by the end of the revelry. Bangalore Mirror