finished definition

  • adjective:
    • definitely accomplished or competent; polished: a finished musician.
    • displaying a top amount of ability or polish: an essay that was a finished piece of content.
    • Doomed to demise or destruction.
    • Having you can forget usage, worth, or possible; washed-up.
    • Processed or perfected.
    • Terminated; over; done for.
    • Polished to the highest degree of superiority; complete; perfect
    • finished or taken to an-end
    • (of materials or products) delivered to the specified last state
    • delivered to ruin
    • (of skills or perhaps the products of skills) taken to or obtaining the best excellence; mastered
    • having a surface coating or complete applied
    • definitely accomplished or skilled; polished: a finished artist.
    • displaying increased level of skill or polish: an essay that was a finished piece of content.
    • Doomed to death or destruction.
    • Having forget about use, worth, or possible; washed-up.
    • Processed or mastered.
    • Terminated; over; done for.
    • refined to the greatest degree of excellence; complete; perfect
    • finished or taken to a finish
    • (of products or products) delivered to the desired final condition
    • delivered to ruin
    • (of abilities and/or services and products of skills) delivered to or obtaining the biggest excellence; perfected
    • having a surface finish or complete used
    • definitely accomplished or competent; polished: a finished musician.
    • Highly accomplished or competent; polished: a finished artist.
    • displaying a higher degree of skill or polish: an essay that has been a finished good article.
    • Doomed to death or destruction.
    • Having no more use, value, or possible; washed-up.
    • Processed or perfected.
    • Terminated; more than; done for.
    • Polished into greatest level of excellence; complete; perfect
    • ended or delivered to an end
    • displaying increased amount of skill or polish: an essay that was a finished piece of work.
    • Doomed to death or destruction.
    • Having no further usage, worth, or potential; washed-up.
    • Processed or perfected.
    • Terminated; over; done for.
    • Polished towards the highest amount of excellence; full; perfect
    • finished or taken to an-end
    • (of materials or products) brought to the desired final condition
    • (of materials or goods) brought to the specified last state
    • delivered to ruin
    • brought to ruin
    • (of skills or perhaps the products of skills) taken to or obtaining the greatest excellence; mastered
    • (of abilities and/or products of abilities) taken to or obtaining the greatest superiority; perfected
    • having a surface coating or complete used
    • having a surface layer or finish applied
    • Highly accomplished or skilled; polished: a finished singer.
    • Exhibiting a higher level of skill or polish: an essay that was a finished piece of content.
    • Doomed to death or destruction.
    • Having no more use, value, or potential; washed-up.
    • Processed or mastered.
    • Terminated; more than; done for.
    • Polished into highest amount of excellence; full; perfect
    • ended or taken to an-end
    • (of products or items) taken to the desired final condition
    • delivered to destroy
    • (of abilities or even the products of skills) brought to or having the best excellence; mastered
    • having a surface layer or finish used
    • Highly accomplished or competent; polished: a finished artist.
    • Exhibiting a top degree of skill or polish: an essay which was a finished piece of work.
    • Doomed to demise or destruction.
    • Having no longer use, price, or possible; washed-up.
    • Processed or mastered.
    • Terminated; over; done for.
    • Polished towards highest amount of superiority; complete; perfect
    • ended or brought to a conclusion
    • (of materials or items) taken to the required final condition
    • taken to destroy
    • (of abilities and/or items of skills) brought to or getting the biggest quality; perfected
    • having a surface layer or complete applied
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of finish.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of finish.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of finish.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of finish.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of finish.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of finish.
  • others:
    • Polished towards highest amount of superiority; total; perfect: since, a finished poem; a finished education.
    • refined towards the greatest degree of excellence; full; perfect: because, a finished poem; a finished education.
    • Polished towards the highest degree of excellence; complete; perfect: because, a finished poem; a finished knowledge.
    • Polished on highest level of quality; full; perfect: as, a finished poem; a finished education.
    • Polished towards the highest degree of quality; total; perfect: because, a finished poem; a finished training.
    • Polished on greatest amount of excellence; complete; perfect: because, a finished poem; a finished education.

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