Definition of end it all in English:

end it all

phrase

  • Commit suicide.

    ‘his life was meaningless without Coleen, so he would end it all’
    • ‘I wouldn't want anyone to get the idea that having my mother staying with me this week has led me to thoughts of ending it all.’
    • ‘Not all of us have been in a situation when you watch someone die slowly and painfully but I'm sure we can all imagine. Wouldn't it be so much easier if they could end it all?’
    • ‘You do feel despair and I know a lot of people do contemplate ending it all.’
    • ‘Van Gogh said the only solution was to end it all.’
    • ‘I had a ‘dark night of the soul’ and even considered ending it all, but I got through it and decided to use my talents to help others.’
    • ‘Several times now I have contemplated ending it all.’
    • ‘For the sake of her children, she decided to battle on against the virus instead of ending it all by killing herself.’
    • ‘Should we, if we know we haven't got long to live, be allowed to take the option of ending it all?’
    • ‘‘There were times when I really wanted to end it all because life was just so awful and helpless,’ she said.’
    • ‘At one point a couple of years ago, he says, he thought about ending it all, going out after one last amazing, self-destructive bender.’
    • ‘Elsewhere, Beth and Angel are debating the relative merits of hanging and drugs as methods of ending it all.’
    • ‘For those who are alone and lonely, that anonymous, comforting voice on the other end of the line might be one thing that prevents them from ending it all, there and then.’
    • ‘He decided one day that enough was enough and ended it all, and left me with a new-born baby and two other children to cope with on my own.’
    • ‘Without hope, thousands prefer to end it all by swallowing pesticide.’
    • ‘On a cold January night, he decided to end it all by drowning himself.’
    • ‘She begged her best friend to help her to end it all, but her friend, too afraid of going to prison, could do nothing but watch helplessly, unable to ease her best friend's suffering.’