usage note for finalize
OTHER WORDS FROM finalizefi·na·li·za·tion, nounfi·na·liz·er, nounun·fi·na·lized, adjective
How to use finalize in a sentence
Moderna didn’t disclose the vaccine’s exact efficacy in those groups, and Bancel said that more detailed data is still being finalized.Moderna to request clearance for COVID-19 vaccine in U.S. and EU|kdunn6|November 30, 2020|Fortune
In the nearly six years since the coal ash rule was finalized, Georgia Power bought about 75 properties for an average price of $8,800 per acre — outpacing the growth of average real estate values in rural areas of the state.A Power Company’s Quiet Land-Buying Spree Could Shield It From Coal Ash Cleanup Costs|by Max Blau for Georgia Health News|November 24, 2020|ProPublica
In 2016, Dench, a grandmother of six, texted who she believed was her grandson, inviting him over to her Thanksgiving dinner, as she finalized plans for that year’s celebration.Despite covid-19 loss, ‘Thanksgiving Grandma’ celebrates with the young man she met by accidental text|Paulina Villegas|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
He will have most of his regulars for the Dutch visit, a meeting that was in the works for months before being finalized last week.U.S. women’s national soccer team reassembles near the end of ‘a crazy year’|Steven Goff|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
Carol Kim, political director for the San Diego Building Trades, said they were unable to finalize a measure in time.Politics Report: Down Goes One Hot-Button Ballot Measure|Andrew Keatts|July 18, 2020|Voice of San Diego
For obvious reasons, finalizing such an agreement would have required the presence and signature of both candidates.
They spent six weeks in Ukraine before finalizing the adoption.
This is the year that agencies will be finalizing the rules that tell us what ObamaCare will look like.
She also begged off from finalizing the birthday party plans for her baby.