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An outro (alternatively spelled outtro or extro) is the conclusion or epilogue to a work of literature or journalism (it may also pertain to the end of a piece of music, a television program or video game). It is the opposite of an intro. "Outro" is a blend or portmanteau as it replaces the element "in" of the "intro" with its opposite, to create a new word.
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