finished

[ fin-isht ]
/ ˈfɪn ɪʃt /
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adjective

ended or completed.
completed or perfected in all details, as a product: to pack and ship finished items.
polished to the highest degree of excellence: a dazzling and finished piece of writing.
highly skilled or accomplished: a finished violinist.
condemned, doomed, or in the process of extinction: The aristocracy was finished after the revolution.
(of livestock) fattened and ready for market.

Nearby words

  1. fining,
  2. finis,
  3. finis coronat opus,
  4. finish,
  5. finish line,
  6. finisher,
  7. finisher card,
  8. finishing,
  9. finishing nail,
  10. finishing school

Origin of finished

First recorded in 1575–85; finish + -ed2

Related formshalf-fin·ished, adjectivewell-fin·ished, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for well-finished

well-finished

adjective (well finished when postpositive)

(of a garment, piece of furniture, interior decoration, etc) completed with a high degree of attention to detail and surface appearancethe woodwork is well finished

finished

/ (ˈfɪnɪʃt) /

adjective

perfected
(predicative) at the end of a task, activity, etcthey were finished by four
(predicative) without further hope of success or continuationshe was finished as a prima ballerina
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