What is the difference between "at the end" and "in the end"?
They mean virtually the same thing, but will be used a little differently. Usually, 'at the end' will describe a specific point in time or location, where 'in the end' describes a condition after certain things have been done.
Here are some common US English usages.
at the end of the day...
[after a lot of work or thinking], in the end, everything will come out all right.
at the end of the trail.
And in the end, the love you take will equal to the love you make. (The Beatles)
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