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American English: /ˈfɪnɪʃt/
British English: /ˈfɪnɪʃt/

Translation of finished in Spanish:


  • 1 (predicative) 1.1 (complete, achieved, over) See examples: to get something finished
    terminar or acabar algo
    it's all finished between us
    todo se ha acabado entre nosotros
    will you be finished in time?
    ¿terminarás or acabarás a tiempo?
    to be finished with something/somebodyI'm finished with you!
    tú y yo hemos acabado
    I'm finished with the scissors
    no necesito más la tijera
    I'm finished with smoking for ever
    he dejado de fumar para siempre
    1.2 (used up) See examples: the food is finished
    se ha terminado or acabado la comida
    1.3 (ruined) [colloquial] you're finished as a musician
    como músico estás acabado
    Example sentences
    • He knew his career was finished and he would probably have to move to Spain.
    • I finally realized that my marriage was finished.
    • While recovering in hospital he admits to himself that he's finished in this town.
    1.4 (exhausted) [colloquial]
  • 2 2.1
    finished in mahogany
    teñido de color caoba
    (en)chapado en caoba
    these clothes are very badly finished
    esta ropa está muy mal terminada or acabada
    Example sentences
    • She's obviously much more interested in the process than in the finished work.
    • It made all the scrambling, scratches and bruises worth it to see the finished task.
    • The finished work will be displayed in the upper courtyard of Dublin Castle until the end of the month.

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