final definition

  • adjective:
    • creating or occurring by the end; last: the ultimate scene of a film.
    • Of or constituting the result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an immediate and your final function.
    • never to be changed or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's choice is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • last; ultimate
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • Respecting a conclusion or item to be gained; respecting the purpose or ultimate end up in view
    • word-final, occurring at the conclusion of a word.
    • related to the conclusion or conclusion; last; terminating; ultimate.
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • Respecting an-end or item becoming attained; respecting the reason or ultimate result in view.
    • not to ever be changed or undone
    • conclusive in an activity or development
    • happening at or developing a finish or termination
    • creating or occurring at the end; last: the final scene of a film.
    • Forming or occurring by the end; last: the final scene of a film.
    • Forming or happening by the end; last: the ultimate scene of a film.
    • Of or constituting the outcome of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an instantaneous and a final function.
    • Of or constituting the end result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an instantaneous and one last function.
    • Of or constituting the result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an immediate and one last function.
    • Not to be altered or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's decision is final. See Synonyms at last1.
    • never to be changed or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's decision is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • not to ever be altered or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's choice is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • creating or occurring at the end; last: the ultimate scene of a film.
    • Forming or happening at the conclusion; final: the ultimate scene of a film.
    • creating or occurring at the conclusion; last: the final scene of a film.
    • Of or constituting the result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an immediate and one last purpose.
    • Forming or occurring at the conclusion; last: the final scene of a film.
    • Of or constituting the end result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both a sudden and one last function.
    • never to be changed or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's decision is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • Of or constituting the end result of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both a sudden and your final purpose.
    • Not to be altered or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's choice is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • Not to be altered or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's choice is final. See Synonyms at last1.
    • Of or constituting the outcome of a succession or process; ultimate: an act with both an immediate and one last purpose.
    • not to ever be altered or reconsidered; unalterable: The judge's decision is last. See Synonyms at last1.
    • last; ultimate
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • last; ultimate
    • Respecting a finish or object to-be attained; respecting the point or ultimate end up in view
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • last; ultimate
    • word-final, happening at the conclusion of a word.
    • Respecting an-end or item become attained; respecting the reason or ultimate result in view
    • last; ultimate
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • word-final, happening after a word.
    • Pertaining to the conclusion or summary; last; terminating; ultimate.
    • regarding the end or conclusion; last; terminating; ultimate.
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • Respecting an end or item become gained; respecting the purpose or ultimate end in view.
    • last; ultimate
    • final; ultimate
    • Respecting an-end or object become gained; respecting the point or ultimate end up in view
    • Respecting a finish or object is attained; respecting the point or ultimate end up in view
    • Respecting an-end or object is gained; respecting the reason or ultimate result in view.
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • final; ultimate
    • word-final, occurring at the end of a word.
    • word-final, occurring after a word.
    • Respecting an end or item is attained; respecting the reason or ultimate end up in view
    • Pertaining to the finish or conclusion; last; terminating; ultimate.
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • Pertaining to the finish or conclusion; final; terminating; ultimate.
    • word-final, happening at the conclusion of a word.
    • Respecting an-end or object is gained; respecting the point or ultimate result in view
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • regarding the finish or summary; final; terminating; ultimate.
    • word-final, happening at the end of a word.
    • Respecting an-end or object become attained; respecting the reason or ultimate end in view.
    • Conclusive; decisive
    • related to the conclusion or summary; final; terminating; ultimate.
    • Respecting an end or item to-be attained; respecting the reason or ultimate end in view.
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • Respecting a conclusion or item becoming gained; respecting the purpose or ultimate end up in view
    • Respecting a conclusion or object to-be attained; respecting the purpose or ultimate end up in view.
    • to not ever be altered or undone
    • Respecting an end or object is gained; respecting the point or ultimate result in view.
    • word-final, occurring after a word.
    • Pertaining to the conclusion or summary; last; terminating; ultimate.
    • conclusive in a process or progression
    • happening at or forming a finish or cancellation
    • to not be changed or undone
    • to not be altered or undone
    • Conclusive; definitive
    • never to be changed or undone
    • not to ever be changed or undone
    • conclusive in a procedure or development
    • conclusive in a process or progression
    • Respecting a finish or item becoming attained; respecting the reason or ultimate end up in view.
    • happening at or creating an end or termination
    • occurring at or creating a conclusion or termination
    • conclusive in a process or progression
    • happening at or forming a finish or cancellation
    • conclusive in an ongoing process or progression
    • occurring at or creating a conclusion or cancellation
    • to not ever be altered or undone
    • conclusive in an activity or progression
    • happening at or forming a finish or cancellation
    • not to be changed or undone
    • conclusive in a procedure or development
    • occurring at or developing an end or termination
  • noun:
    • Something that comes at or forms the conclusion, specially:
    • the very last or one of several final of a series of contests: the finals of a state spelling bee.
    • the past examination of an academic course.
    • The ending, the past.
    • one last evaluation; a test or examination given at the end of a term or course; the test that concludes a course.
    • the past round, game or match in a contest, and the champion is determined.
    • A contest that narrows a field of participants (finalists) to ranked jobs, often in numbered locations (first place/prize, 2nd place/prize, etc.) or a success and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • the ultimate section of a syllable, the combination of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • That which is last; whatever forms an-end or cancellation; specifically, in Gregorian songs, the tone in each mode with which tunes must end: in authentic settings the cheapest tone, plus plagal modes the 4th tone from base. The final corresponds to some extent towards the modern key-note or tonic.
    • the last match between the champions of all of the previous matches in an elimination event
    • an examination administered after an academic term
    • something which comes at or forms the end, particularly:
    • a thing that comes at or forms the conclusion, specifically:
    • a thing that comes at or forms the end, particularly:
    • the final or the final of a series of competitions: the finals of circumstances spelling bee.
    • The last or the final of a few competitions: the finals of a situation spelling bee.
    • the final or one of the last of a few contests: the finals of a situation spelling bee.
    • The last examination of an academic course.
    • the very last study of an academic program.
    • The last study of an academic course.
    • The ending, the last.
    • A final assessment; a test or assessment offered at the end of a term or class; the test that concludes a course.
    • The ending, the last.
    • The ending, the final.
    • Something that comes at or forms the end, especially:
    • the very last round, game or match in a contest, and after that the winner is set.
    • A final assessment; a test or evaluation provided after a term or course; the test that concludes a class.
    • your final examination; a test or assessment offered at the conclusion of a term or course; the test that concludes a course.
    • something which comes at or forms the conclusion, especially:
    • the past or one of the last of a number of competitions: the finals of a situation spelling bee.
    • A contest that narrows a field of contestants (finalists) to ranked positions, usually in numbered places (1st place/prize, 2nd place/prize, etc.) or a winner and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • the final round, game or match in a contest, after which the winner is set.
    • the past or among last of a number of contests: the finals of circumstances spelling bee.
    • something which comes at or forms the conclusion, specifically:
    • the very last round, game or match in a contest, after which it the champion is set.
    • the very last examination of an academic training course.
    • the past examination of an academic training course.
    • A contest that narrows a field of contestants (finalists) to rated roles, often in numbered places (first place/prize, second place/prize, etc.) or a success and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • Something that comes at or forms the end, particularly:
    • The last or among the last of a few competitions: the finals of a state spelling bee.
    • A contest that narrows a field of participants (finalists) to ranked opportunities, often in numbered places (1st place/prize, second place/prize, etc.) or a winner and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • The ending, the last.
    • The ending, the very last.
    • the final study of an academic program.
    • the ultimate part of a syllable, the combination of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • the very last or one of many last of some contests: the finals of a situation spelling bee.
    • your final examination; a test or assessment given at the end of a phrase or course; the test that concludes a class.
    • one last examination; a test or assessment offered after a phrase or class; the test that concludes a course.
    • The ending, the final.
    • The last examination of an academic program.
    • the ultimate section of a syllable, the blend of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • A final examination; a test or evaluation provided after a phrase or course; the test that concludes a course.
    • the past round, online game or match in a contest, after which it the winner is decided.
    • the final element of a syllable, the blend of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • The ending, the last.
    • the very last round, online game or match in a contest, after which it the winner is decided.
    • A contest that narrows a field of contestants (finalists) to rated roles, generally in numbered locations (1st place/prize, second place/prize, etc.) or a success and numbered runners-up (1st runner-up, etc.).
    • one last examination; a test or evaluation offered at the end of a term or class; the test that concludes a course.
    • A contest that narrows a field of participants (finalists) to ranked jobs, often in numbered locations (1st place/prize, second place/prize, etc.) or a winner and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • the final part of a syllable, the mixture of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • the very last round, game or match in a contest, thereafter the winner is determined.
    • the final round, game or match in a contest, thereafter the champion is set.
    • A contest that narrows a field of participants (finalists) to rated jobs, often in numbered places (1st place/prize, 2nd place/prize, etc.) or a winner and numbered runners-up (first runner-up, etc.).
    • the final part of a syllable, the mixture of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • the last section of a syllable, the blend of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • A contest that narrows a field of participants (finalists) to rated opportunities, frequently in numbered locations (1st place/prize, 2nd place/prize, etc.) or a winner and numbered runners-up (1st runner-up, etc.).
    • the last section of a syllable, the blend of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.
    • That which is final; whatever forms an end or cancellation; especially, in Gregorian songs, the tone in each mode with which melodies must end: in genuine settings the cheapest tone, plus in plagal settings the 4th tone through the base. The ultimate corresponds to some extent to your modern-day key-note or tonic.
    • the final match between your champions of most previous matches in an elimination tournament
    • an examination administered at the conclusion of an academic term
    • whatever is last; whatever types a conclusion or termination; specifically, in Gregorian music, the tone in each mode with which tunes must end: in authentic modes the cheapest tone, plus plagal modes the fourth tone from bottom. The ultimate corresponds to some extent into the modern key-note or tonic.
    • what is last; whatever forms a finish or termination; particularly, in Gregorian songs, the tone in each mode with which tunes must end: in authentic modes the cheapest tone, and in plagal settings the 4th tone through the bottom. The ultimate corresponds to some extent towards the modern key-note or tonic.
    • the last match involving the champions of all of the past suits in an elimination tournament
    • That which is final; that which types a conclusion or cancellation; particularly, in Gregorian music, the tone in each mode with which melodies must end: in genuine settings the best tone, as well as in plagal settings the fourth tone from bottom. The ultimate corresponds simply to the contemporary key-note or tonic.
    • the final match between your champions of most previous suits in an elimination competition
    • what is last; that which forms an end or termination; especially, in Gregorian music, the tone in each mode with which melodies must end: in genuine modes the best tone, and in plagal modes the fourth tone from bottom. The last corresponds partly on modern-day key-note or tonic.
    • an examination administered at the conclusion of an academic term
    • an examination administered after an academic term
    • the last match amongst the winners of all of the earlier suits in an elimination competition
    • the ultimate match between your winners of most previous matches in an elimination competition
    • an examination administered at the end of an academic term
    • an examination administered at the conclusion of an academic term
    • what is last; whatever types an-end or termination; specifically, in Gregorian music, the tone in each mode with which melodies must end: in authentic modes the lowest tone, plus in plagal settings the fourth tone from the bottom. The final corresponds in part into the modern key-note or tonic.
    • the final match amongst the champions of all earlier matches in an elimination tournament
    • an examination administered after an academic term
    • what is last; what forms a conclusion or termination; especially, in Gregorian songs, the tone in each mode with which melodies must end: in authentic settings the best tone, and in plagal settings the 4th tone from bottom. The ultimate corresponds to some extent towards the modern key-note or tonic.
    • the ultimate match between your winners of most past suits in an elimination event
    • an examination administered after an academic term
  • others:
    • related to the finish or conclusion; ultimate; conclusive; final: as, the last concern or occasion of things; a final work.
    • Respecting the end or item is attained; having regard to the purpose or ultimate result in view. See cause, 1.
    • in-law: Precluding additional controversy regarding questions passed upon: as, a statute declaring that the choice of a specified court will probably be final.
    • Precluding more debate on concerns passed upon, except by way of appeal: because, your final accounting by an executor or administrator—that is, an account which was adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Deciding completely the legal rights of functions, in order for no further decision upon the merits of the dilemmas is important: as, one last judgment or decree—that is, one that is ready for execution, or for review by an appellate judge, as distinguished from an interlocutory view or decree, or one that is preliminary to another hearing and decision on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • Synonyms Final, Eventual, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the end or at last, markings mainly the situation of being the last or in the final. Eventual has guide rather more to your results of occasions. Ultimate is similar to ultimate in that respect: an ultimate item usually to which all an individual's actions often tend because their aim and crowning point; in this sense it's a sort of superlative, with ulterior since the corresponding comparative. Conclusive, like decisive, is active; this means last by closing or settling, putting a stop to virtually any additional question or process: as, a conclusive argument, action, choice.
    • Pertaining to the finish or summary; ultimate; conclusive; last: as, the final problem or event of things; your final effort.
    • Pertaining to the end or summary; ultimate; conclusive; last: as, the ultimate problem or occasion of things; one last work.
    • Respecting the end or item is attained; having reference to the point or ultimate result in view. See cause, 1.
    • In law: Precluding further debate in the questions passed away upon: as, a statute declaring your choice of a specified courtroom shall be last.
    • Precluding more debate regarding the questions passed upon, except by way of appeal: because, a final bookkeeping by an executor or administrator—that is, an account which was adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Determining completely the rights of the parties, so that no further decision upon the merits of the issues is necessary: as, a final judgment or decree—that is, one that is ready for execution, or for review by an appellate court, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that is preliminary to a further hearing and decision on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • with respect to the end or summary; ultimate; conclusive; last: as, the last concern or occasion of things; a final energy.
    • Synonyms Final, Ultimate, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming by the end or eventually, markings mainly the scenario of being the last or in the last. Eventual has guide rather more into results of events. Ultimate is similar to eventual due to that: an ultimate item is the fact that to which all one's activities have a tendency because their aim and crowning point; within feeling it is sort of superlative, with ulterior given that matching comparative. Conclusive, like definitive, is active; this means final by shutting or deciding, placing an end to virtually any additional concern or process: as, a conclusive argument, step, choice.
    • Respecting the finish or item is attained; having reference to the reason or ultimate result in view. See cause, 1.
    • Respecting the conclusion or item is attained; having reference to the point or ultimate end in view. See cause, 1.
    • In law: Precluding further debate regarding the questions passed upon: as, a statute declaring your choice of a specified courtroom will be last.
    • with respect to the conclusion or summary; ultimate; conclusive; final: as, the final issue or event of things; a final work.
    • In law: Precluding additional conflict on concerns passed away upon: as, a statute declaring that choice of a specified court shall be last.
    • related to the conclusion or conclusion; ultimate; conclusive; last: as, the ultimate concern or occasion of things; one last energy.
    • regarding the end or summary; ultimate; conclusive; final: as, the last problem or event of things; your final work.
    • Precluding more controversy on the questions passed away upon, except by way of appeal: as, one last bookkeeping by an executor or administrator—that is, a merchant account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or chance for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Respecting the end or item to-be attained; having regard to the point or ultimate end in view. See cause, 1.
    • Precluding more debate regarding concerns passed upon, except through charm: as, your final bookkeeping by an executor or administrator—that is, a merchant account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or chance of objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Respecting the conclusion or item become attained; having regard to the point or ultimate end up in view. See cause, 1.
    • Determining entirely the legal rights associated with parties, in order for any further choice upon the merits associated with dilemmas is important: as, a final wisdom or decree—that is, one that is ready for execution, and for analysis by an appellate judge, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that's initial to another hearing and choice on details, before its execution or review by attraction.
    • In law: Precluding further debate regarding concerns passed upon: as, a statute declaring that the choice of a specified judge will be last.
    • identifying entirely the legal rights for the events, to make certain that no more choice upon the merits for the dilemmas is essential: as, your final judgment or decree—that is, one that's prepared for execution, or even for review by an appellate courtroom, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that's initial to a further hearing and choice on details, before its execution or review by attraction.
    • In law: Precluding further controversy on the questions passed upon: as, a statute declaring that the decision of a specified court shall be final.
    • Precluding further conflict regarding the concerns passed upon, except by way of attraction: as, one last bookkeeping by an executor or administrator—that is, a merchant account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Synonyms Final, Eventual, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the conclusion or eventually, marks mainly the situation to be the final or at last. Eventual has reference rather more to your outcome of occasions. Ultimate is similar to eventual due to that: an ultimate item is that to which all one's activities often tend as his or her aim and crowning point; within sense its a sort of superlative, with ulterior while the matching comparative. Conclusive, like decisive, is active; it means final by closing or deciding, putting an end to any additional concern or procedure: as, a conclusive argument, action, choice.
    • Synonyms Final, ultimate, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the conclusion or finally, scars primarily the situation to be the very last or within last. Eventual has reference rather more into the outcome of occasions. Ultimate is like ultimate due to that: an ultimate object is that to which all your actions often tend as his or her aim and crowning point; in this sense it's sort of superlative, with ulterior given that matching comparative. Conclusive, like definitive, is energetic; it means final by shutting or settling, placing a stop to your further concern or process: as, a conclusive argument, action, decision.
    • Precluding further controversy on the questions passed upon, except by way of appeal: as, a final accounting by an executor or administrator—that is, an account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • identifying entirely the legal rights of this events, to ensure any further decision upon the merits associated with the issues is essential: as, one last wisdom or decree—that is, one that's prepared for execution, and for analysis by an appellate judge, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that is preliminary to an additional hearing and decision on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • Determining totally the rights of parties, to make certain that no more decision upon the merits regarding the issues is important: as, a final view or decree—that is, one that's ready for execution, and for review by an appellate court, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that is preliminary to an additional hearing and choice on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • Synonyms Final, Ultimate, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the conclusion or eventually, scars mainly the circumstance of being the past or on last. Ultimate has actually reference rather more toward upshot of activities. Ultimate is a lot like eventual due to that: an ultimate item is to which all an individual's activities have a tendency as their aim and crowning point; inside good sense it is a kind of superlative, with ulterior as matching comparative. Conclusive, like decisive, is active; it means final by closing or deciding, placing an end to your further question or process: as, a conclusive argument, step, choice.
    • Synonyms Final, ultimate, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the conclusion or at last, markings mainly the situation to be the past or at the last. Eventual has research more on results of events. Ultimate is a lot like ultimate due to that: an ultimate item is to which all an individual's activities have a tendency as their aim and crowning point; inside good sense its a kind of superlative, with ulterior given that matching comparative. Conclusive, like definitive, is energetic; it indicates final by shutting or settling, putting an end to virtually any additional concern or process: as, a conclusive debate, step, choice.
    • Respecting the end or item to be gained; having reference to the reason or ultimate result in view. See cause, 1.
    • In law: Precluding additional debate regarding concerns passed away upon: as, a statute declaring your decision of a specified judge will probably be last.
    • Precluding further controversy on the questions passed upon, except by way of appeal: as, a final accounting by an executor or administrator—that is, an account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Determining completely the rights of the parties, so that no further decision upon the merits of the issues is necessary: as, a final judgment or decree—that is, one that is ready for execution, or for review by an appellate court, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that is preliminary to a further hearing and decision on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • regarding the conclusion or conclusion; ultimate; conclusive; final: as, the last problem or event of things; your final effort.
    • Respecting the conclusion or item to-be attained; having reference to the point or ultimate end in view. See cause, 1.
    • Synonyms Final, Eventual, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming at the end or eventually, markings primarily the scenario to be the past or at the final. Eventual has research more towards results of events. Ultimate is a lot like ultimate due to that: an ultimate object is that to which all your actions often tend as their aim and crowning point; within good sense it is sort of superlative, with ulterior once the corresponding comparative. Conclusive, like definitive, is active; it indicates final by shutting or deciding, placing a stop to your additional concern or process: as, a conclusive debate, step, decision.
    • In law: Precluding further debate in the questions passed away upon: as, a statute declaring your decision of a specified judge shall be final.
    • Precluding further controversy on the questions passed upon, except by way of appeal: as, a final accounting by an executor or administrator—that is, an account which has been adjudicated after hearing, or opportunity for objections, as distinguished from a voluntary or unadjudicated account.
    • Determining completely the rights of the parties, so that no further decision upon the merits of the issues is necessary: as, a final judgment or decree—that is, one that is ready for execution, or for review by an appellate court, as distinguished from an interlocutory judgment or decree, or one that is preliminary to a further hearing and decision on details, before its execution or review by appeal.
    • Synonyms Final, Ultimate, Ultimate, Conclusive. Final, coming by the end or eventually, scars primarily the scenario of being the past or on final. Ultimate has reference rather more on upshot of activities. Ultimate is a lot like eventual in that respect: an ultimate object is the fact that to which all one's actions tend because their aim and crowning point; inside feeling it's sort of superlative, with ulterior as matching comparative. Conclusive, like decisive, is energetic; it means last by shutting or deciding, putting a stop to virtually any further concern or procedure: as, a conclusive argument, step, choice.

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