Finished meaning

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Ended; concluded.
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Finished is defined as completed or ended.

When you ate all of your lunch and there is nothing left, this is an example of when you finished your lunch.

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Completed.
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(comparable) Processed or perfected.

He gave a very finished, but uninspired performance.

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Highly skilled or polished; perfected; accomplished.
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Defeated, ruined, dying, etc.
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Done with a task, activity, or concern.

They were finished by noon.

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Done for; doomed; used up.
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Simple past tense and past participle of finish.

He finished the cabinet with two more layers of polyurethane.

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The definition of finished is something that has been completed, or someone or something that has been ruined, or something that has had a particular coating applied, or someone who is skilled or polished.

When you've eaten all of your lunch, this is an example of a time when your lunch is finished.

When your career is over and destroyed by a scandal, this is an example of a time when your career is finished.

When a coat of cherry stain has been applied to a piece of wood, this is an example of a time when the wood is finished.

When you are a renowned poet beloved by critics the world over, this is an example of a time when you are a finished artist.

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Given a certain kind of finish or surface, as of paint, wax, etc.
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I won't be finished until just before lunch.

The program was finally finished after three hours.

He wasn't finished cleaning up until nearly noon.

He wasn't quite finished with his assignment.

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