1. n. money. (Streets.)
You got enough ends to get you through the week?
We don’t have enough ends to pay the gas bill.
2. n. shoes.
You even got holes in your ends.
Could you use some new ends?

Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.

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