finished

finished
adjective
1) (ended: Her chances of success are finished.) acabado
2) ((negative unfinished) done; completed: a finished product.) acabado
3) (having been completely used, eaten etc: The food is finished - there's none left.) acabado
finished
tr['fɪnɪʃt]
adjective
1 (ended) acabado,-a
I'm finished with men he acabado con los hombres
if the press find out, he's finished si se entera la prensa, está acabado
2 (properly made, completed) acabado,-a
finished
adj.
acabado, -a adj.
cabal adj.
completo, -a adj.
fabricado, -a adj.
hecho, -a adj.
pulimentado, -a adj.
rematado, -a adj.
'fɪnɪʃt
adjective
1) (pred)
a) (complete, achieved)

to get something finished — terminar or acabar algo

to be finished WITH something/somebody: I'm finished with you! tú y yo hemos acabado; I'm finished with the scissors — no necesito más la tijera

b) (ruined) acabado

he's finished as an actor — está acabado como actor

c) (exhausted) (colloq) muerto (fam)
2) <article> terminado

these clothes are very badly finished — esta ropa está muy mal terminada or acabada

['fɪnɪʃt]
ADJ
1) (=concluded) terminado

it's not finished yet — aún no está terminado or acabado

when will you be finished? — ¿(para) cuándo vas a terminar?

a half-finished meal — una comida a medio terminar

he sent off the finished manuscript/version — envió el manuscrito terminado/la versión final

he's finished with politics — ha renunciado a la política

I'm not finished with you yet — aún no he terminado or acabado contigo

2) (=completed) acabado

the finished product — el producto acabado or final

3) (=polished) [performance, production] pulido
4) * (=tired) rendido, hecho polvo *; (=destroyed) acabado

their marriage is finished — su matrimonio está acabado

as a film star she's finished — como estrella está acabada

5) (=surfaced)

walnut-finished kitchen accessories — accesorios mpl de cocina con un acabado de nogal

a building finished in smoked glass — un edificio acabado con cristales ahumados

* * *
['fɪnɪʃt]
adjective
1) (pred)
a) (complete, achieved)

to get something finished — terminar or acabar algo

to be finished WITH something/somebody: I'm finished with you! tú y yo hemos acabado; I'm finished with the scissors — no necesito más la tijera

b) (ruined) acabado

he's finished as an actor — está acabado como actor

c) (exhausted) (colloq) muerto (fam)
2) <article> terminado

these clothes are very badly finished — esta ropa está muy mal terminada or acabada


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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