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Adjective
Brought or having come to an end
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“The group stood back, admiring the finished artwork depicting a bowl of fruit.”
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Facing certain defeat, disaster, or death
“He knew, in his mind, that his sporting career was finished after his most recent injury.”
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(of a person's work) Expert or accomplished
“It was a highly finished performance by the maestro.”
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(of a surface) Buffed or varnished
“The tabletop must be finished before it is delivered to our customer.”
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(of resources or reserves) Completely used up
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Finished
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Certain to suffer death, failure, or a similarly negative outcome
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Having been worked or prepared somehow
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Silver-plated
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Likely to have an undesirable outcome, which one cannot change or escape from
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No longer capable of effective action
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No longer working or likely to be useful or successful
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Ended
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Having all the parts that are necessary to be complete
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Not flawed
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Worn out
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Coming before all others in importance
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Decided and fixed
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Out-of-date
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Refined, sophisticated, or elegant
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No longer alive, dead
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Above or beyond what is expected or normal
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Fully grown or developed
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Having knowledge of a fact or area
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Insisting on immediate attention or obedience, especially in a brusquely imperious way
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Lacking money or material possessions
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Allowing no further doubt or dispute
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Of the greatest or highest degree or quantity
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No longer in fashion
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Free from any flaw or defect
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To have carried out an action to the end
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“The event will finish with an evening dinner and entertainment at the nearby hotel.”
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Without hope of recovery
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To have expended or consumed by employing
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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 have expressed in greater detail
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(of food or drink) Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to exit from a given situation, place or event
“After four long years, she would finally finish college.”
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Past tense for to cause to come to an end
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Past tense for to bring about or cause something to happen
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(of a business) Past tense for to go bankrupt
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Past tense for to enforce more stringently or more thoroughly
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Past tense for defeat or overcome with superior strength
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Past tense for to finish in a given place or rank
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Past tense for to trim (the edge of a piece of material) with a decorative strip
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Past tense for to cover something with paving slabs
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Past tense for to persist in
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Rubbed down
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Past tense for to cease to perform a specified action
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Past tense for to cause to fail
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Past tense for to cover with something that protects
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Past tense for to destroy all traces of
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Past tense for to make or produce
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Past tense for to become dry (often of weather)
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Past tense for to prepare for publication by correcting, rewriting, or updating
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Past tense for to make more attractive by adding something that is beautiful or becoming
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Past tense for to hand over or use up in payment
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Past tense for to supply with light
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Past tense for to make sharp or sharper
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Past tense for to show to advantage
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Past tense for complete education, pursuit
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Past tense for outdo a performance
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Past tense for coat with metallic material
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Past tense for to sprinkle something over
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Past tense for to attach to or cover the end or extremity of
Preposition
To be finished or done with
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