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We brought the meeting to an end at five.
We brought an end to the meeting at five.
We put an end to the meeting at five.
We put the meeting to an end at five.

Are all four sentences above good English? (I found in the corpora quite a few sentences with the construction of 'bring an end to sth' though it is not seen in the dictionary)

Could I ask native speakers to help me please? Thank you in advance.
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The structures of all are OK. I much prefer 'bring' ot 'put', which borders on the inappropriate, I think.