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finished

adjective fin·ished \-nisht\

Simple Definition of finished

  • : having reached the end of an activity, job, etc.

  • : not requiring more work : entirely done or completed

  • : having reached the end of a romantic relationship

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of finished

  1. :  marked by the highest quality :  consummate <finished workmanship>

Examples of finished in a sentence

  1. He started his homework two hours ago and he still isn't finished.

  2. I'll wait here until you're finished.

  3. The job is finally finished.

  4. We were pleased with the finished product.

  5. We're finished! I never want to see you again!

  6. She says she's finished with that guy.

  7. This scandal means that his career is finished.



1693

First Known Use of finished

1693




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