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Finisshen

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Synonyms: 1. Completed 2. Concluded 3. Consummated 4. Finalized 5. Terminated 6. Over 7. Accomplished 8. Executed 9. Discharged 10. Done 11. Fulfilled 12. Settled 13. Achieved 14. Attained 15. Realized 16. Effectuated 17. Unfinished 18. Incomplete 19. Ruined 20. Doomed ...21. Lost 22. Bankrupt 23. Wrecked 24. Broken 25. Defeated 26. Beaten 27. Thwarted 28. Gone 29. Through 30. Toast 31. Completed 32. Concluded 33. Consummated 34. Finalized 35. Terminated 36. Over 37. Accomplished 38. Executed 39. Discharged 40. Done 41. Fulfilled 42. Settled 43. Achieved 44. Attained 45. Realized 46. Effectuated 47. Complete 48. End 49. Conclude 50. Close 51. Consummate 52. Finalize 53. Crown 54. Cap 55. Stop 56. Cease 57. Terminate 58. Accomplish 59. Execute 60. Discharge 61. Do 62. Fulfill 63. Unfinished 64. Incomplete 65. Start 66. Consume 67. Eat 68. Devour 69. Drink 70. Guzzle 71. Quaff 72. Use 73. Exhaust 74. Empty 75. Deplete 76. Drain 77. Expend 78. Dispatch 79. Down 80. Start 81. End 82. Stop 83. Conclude 84. Cease 85. Terminate 86. Start 87. Begin 88. Varnish 89. Lacquer 90. Veneer 91. Coat 92. Stain 93. Wax 94. Shellac 95. Enamel 96. Glaze 97. Gloss 98. Polish 99. Burnish 100. Legal See more »
1. \ ¦ fi-nish\ [ME finisshen, fr. MF finiss-, stem of finir, fr. L finire, fr. finis] n. (1) Refers to the degree of gloss or flatness of a print or any surface. (2) (size) In reinforced plastics, a compound containing a coupling agent and (optionally) a lubricant and/or binder, used to pretreat glass fibers prior to using them as reinforcements.
2. From Middle English finishen‎, finisshen‎, finischen‎, from Old French finiss-‎, stem of some of the conjugated forms of finir‎, from Latin fīnīre‎, present active infinitive of fīniō‎. Pronunciation (Amer. Eng.) fĭn'ĭsh, IPA: /ˈfɪnɪʃ/ Homophones: Finnish; Noun finish (pl. finishes) an end: the end of anything
3. \ fi-nish\ n [ME finisshen, fr. MF finiss-, stem of finir, fr. L finire, fr. finis] (1) Refers to the degree of gloss or flatness of a print or any surface (Merriam-Webster’s collegiate dictionary (2004) 11th edn. Merriam-Webster, Springfield). (2) (size) In reinforced plastics, a compound containing a coupling agent and (optionally) a
4. For use (house, apartment) finished Hyphenation fin·ished. Turkish pronunciation fînîşt. Synonyms (verb.) 14th century. Middle English finisshen, from Middle French finiss-, stem of finir, from Latin finire, from finis. Common Collocations finished with. Resimler. Google Resimler. Bing Resimler. Videos the coach it's at the mosque
5. Kökeni: Middle English finisshen, from Middle French finiss-, stem of finir, from Latin finire, from finis intransitive senses 1 a: to come to an end : TERMINATE b: END 1b 2 a: to come to the end of a course, task, or undertaking b: to end relations -- used with with decided to finish with him for good
6. \ ¦ fi-nish\ [ME finisshen, fr. MF finiss-, stem of finir, fr. L finire, fr. finis] n. (1) Refers to the degree of gloss or flatness of a print or any surface. (2) (size) In reinforced plastics, a compound containing a coupling agent and (optionally) a lubricant and/or binder, used to pretreat glass fibers prior to using them as reinforcements.
7. For use (house, apartment) finished Heceleme fin·ished. Türkçe nasıl söylenir fînîşt. (verb.) 14th century. Middle English finisshen, from Middle French finiss-, stem of finir, from Latin finire, from finis. Ortak Eşdizimliler finished with. Resimler. Google Resimler. Bing Resimler. Videolar finished formulating your query. ..
8. FINISH — I. ˈfi-nish verb Etymology: Middle English finisshen, from Anglo-French finiss-, stem of finir, from Latin finire, from finis Date: 14th … Merriam-Webster's Collegiate English vocabulary; SOMEONE — pronoun Date: 14th century : some person : somebody Merriam-Webster's Collegiate English vocabulary; OFF — adv denoting opposition
9. Kökeni: Middle English finisshen, from Middle French finiss-, stem of finir, from Latin finire, from finis intransitive senses 1 a: to come to an end : TERMINATE b: END 1b 2 a: to come to the end of a course, task, or undertaking b: to end relations -- used with with decided to finish with him for good
10. From Middle English finishen‎, finisshen‎, finischen‎, from Old French finiss-‎, stem of some of the conjugated forms of finir‎, from Latin fīnīre‎, present active infinitive of fīniō‎. Pronunciation (Amer. Eng.) fĭn'ĭsh, IPA: /ˈfɪnɪʃ/ Homophones: Finnish; Noun finish (pl. finishes) an end: the end of anything
11. Entries with "perficio" finish: finish (English) Origin & history From Middle English finishen‎, finisshen‎, finischen‎, from Old French finiss-‎, stem of some of the conjugated…. perficere: perficere (Latin) Verb perficere Inflection of perficiō (present active infinitive) Inflection of perficiō (second-person singular present passive imperative)…

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