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To come to an end or conclusion
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“The event will finish with an evening dinner and entertainment at the nearby hotel.”
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To put the final touches to
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“I just need to add a few extra strokes to finish this masterpiece.”
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(of food or drink) To consume or get through the final amount or portion of
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Finish your vegetables, or there will be no dessert for you!”
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(of a resource) To consume or get through the final amount or portion of
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“I will have to buy some new detergent after we finish the last remaining amount of what we currently have.”
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To put a coating on, especially as a final touch
“Sammy used a sage green stain to finish his garden wall.”
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To end the life of, or defeat comprehensively
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“Johnny Cage has the ability to finish his opponent in a truly gruesome manner.”
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To exit from a given situation, place or event
“After four long years, she would finally finish college.”
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To give up or abstain from something
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(of a business) To go bankrupt
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To enforce more stringently or more thoroughly
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Improve, refine, or add the finishing touches to
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Defeat or overcome with superior strength
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(of a resource) To be used up completely
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To finish in a given place or rank
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To trim (the edge of a piece of material) with a decorative strip
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To cover something with paving slabs
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To persist in
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Wipe down
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To persevere or continue with a task or stance despite it being menial, difficult, or boring
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To cause to fail
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To decorate or adorn with an edge or border
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To apply a surface or layer to something, especially for protection
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To remove completely, leaving no trace
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To become dry (often of weather)
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To fix, correct, revise or improve (a text or document)
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To hand over or expend as payment
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To cause to become sharp or sharper
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To show to advantage
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Complete education, pursuit
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To smooth or level out by rubbing or applying friction
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Coat with metallic material
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To make or be made into a specific shape or form
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To sprinkle something over
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To attach to or cover the end or extremity of
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An end or final part or stage of something
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“The concert would culminate in a truly spectacular finish.”
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The surface appearance of a manufactured material or object, or the material used to produce this
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“Exposure to sunlight, chemicals, and smoke will cause the cabinet's finish to change colors over time.”
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A point or place at which a race or competition ends
“Verbrugghe broke away on the stage's final climb 18 km from the finish and raced home alone.”
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(sports) A score or goal which results from a well-executed sequence of actions
“Larry's finish would impress the crowd, not many of whom would appreciate the perfect ball-movement that had led up to it.”
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Cultured elegance in behaviour or manner
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(usually in singular) The sensation from touching something
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The science or art of teaching
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Legal order to execute someone
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Regularity, restraint
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The act or state of fine-tuning
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A great level of skill or ability
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The die, or depart from mortal life
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A small distinctive detail or feature
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The condition from which no further changes occur
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The act of causing death
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The quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis
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