There are 2 translations of final in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /ˈfaɪnl/

adj

  • 1 (last) (before n) último the final day/attempt el último día/intento the final scene la última escena, la escena final final exam examen (m) final a final demand for payment [Busn] un último aviso de pago I'd like to make one final point: … por último quisiera señalar que …
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    • It was only when they saw the finished version in its final mix that they knew what they had got.
    • What this enables me to do is to get words down in a way that's closer to the final version.
    • Even funnier was a line which was cut from the final version.
  • 2 (definitive) [result/score] final and that's my final word on the subject y no se hable más del asunto that's my final offer es mi última oferta you can't go and that's final no puedes ir y no hay más que hablar or [familiar/colloquial] y sanseacabó the judges' decision is final [formal] la decisión del jurado es inapelable
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    • They were also given an explanation of the printing process from initial graphics through to the final design.
    • The outcome in the final points, as well as in the two events, was new European records.
    • At the time of writing, it is too early to know the final outcome of the process.
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    • But it must throw into doubt the ability of the tribunal to be a final arbitrator of disputes.
    • The court, which sits in The Hague, is the final arena for settling disputes between nations.
    • And this time supported by deeds that allow the neighbours to give Japan a final absolution.

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There are 2 translations of final in Spanish:

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n

  • 1 [Games] [Sport] (often pl) final (f) to go through to the finals pasar a la(s) final(es)
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    • The winners of the semi-finals will take part in a county final to decide the winner.
    • The Netherlands have now made the Olympic final for the third Games in a row.
    • The three will include both finalists and the winner of the qualifying final.
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    • The result means Australia are still well in the hunt for next week's best-of-three finals of the series, which also features South Africa.
    • Waugh angrily bustled out of the conference after his side failed to make the finals of the tri-nations series.
    • Each team has to arrive by 15 January, then they face elimination rounds in each event, building up to a three-day series of finals.
  • 2
    (finals pl)
    [Educ] exámenes (mpl) finales
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    • The atmosphere was more like that of an examination hall on finals day than a sporting arena before a big event.
    • It's 20 years this month since I took my first degree finals and spent every hour that they were open in that particular library.
    • Far from opting for a quiet life, Eddie is putting his radio career on hold in order to study for his Law degree finals - not to mention planning for his forthcoming wedding!
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    • He and nine other finalists had to prepare two main course dishes for the healthy catering class final.
    • There were more chapters to read, more papers to write, and a final in every class.
    • The duke spent time watching the games and when he moved inside for the primary school final spoke to a number of children about the day.
  • 3final (edition) [Journ] última edición (f) the late-night final la edición de última hora

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Onda Cero is a radio network broadcasting on AM and FM. It is owned by Telefónica, Spain's most important telecommunications group.