Meaning of FINISHED in English
fin ‧ ished /ˈfɪnɪʃt/ BrE AmE adjective
[ Word Family: verb : ↑ finish ; noun : ↑ finish ; adjective : ↑ finished ≠ ↑ unfinished ]
1 . [not before noun] no longer doing, dealing with, or using something SYN done :
I’m almost finished.
Are you finished with my tools yet?
2 . [only before noun] fully and properly made or completed:
It took a long time to do, but the finished product was worth it.
finished article British English :
The painting began to look like the finished article.
3 . [not before noun] no longer successful, effective, or able to continue:
If the bank refuses to increase our loan, we’re finished!
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▪ finished if something is finished, you have done all of it:
She showed him the finished drawing.
I was very pleased with the finished result.
▪ done [not before noun] finished - used especially in everyday English instead of finished :
I can’t come out till my essay’s done.
They promised the work would be done by April.
▪ complete [not before noun] completely finished – used especially to emphasize that there is no more work to do:
Six months later the job was complete.
The first stage of the project is now complete.
▪ over finished – used about an event, activity, or period of time:
Football practice is over at 4:30. Can you pick me up then?
The summer was nearly over.
▪ be through informal to have finished doing something or using something:
I probably won’t be through till about 6 o'clock.
Are you through with those scissors?
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012