finish (verb)


finish (verb)
производить чистовую/отделочную/финишную обработку;; производить доводку, шлифовать, полировать

Англо-русский глоссарий алюминиевой промышленности. 2011.

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  • finish — ► VERB 1) bring or come to an end. 2) consume or get through the whole or the remainder of (food or drink). 3) (finish with) have nothing more to do with. 4) reach the end of a race or other sporting competition. 5) (finish up) chiefly Brit. end… …   English terms dictionary

  • finish out — verb fill out These studies round out the results of many years of research • Syn: ↑round out • Hypernyms: ↑complete, ↑finish • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …   Useful english dictionary

  • finish — /ˈfɪnɪʃ / (say finish) verb (t) 1. to bring (action, speech, work, affairs, etc.) to an end or to completion. 2. to come to the end of (a course, period of time, etc.). 3. Also, finish up, finish off. to use up or consume completely: to finish… …   Australian English dictionary

  • finish — / fɪnɪʃ/ noun an end of a day’s trading on the Stock Exchange ● Oil shares rallied at the finish. ■ verb to come to an end ● The contract is due to finish next month. ● The market finished the day on a stronger note …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • finish up — verb 1. finish a task completely (Freq. 1) I finally got through this homework assignment • Syn: ↑get through, ↑wrap up, ↑finish off, ↑mop up, ↑polish off, ↑clear up …   Useful english dictionary

  • finish off — verb finish a task completely I finally got through this homework assignment • Syn: ↑get through, ↑wrap up, ↑mop up, ↑polish off, ↑clear up, ↑finish up • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • finish — verb 1》 bring or come to an end.     ↘consume or get through the whole or the remainder of (food or drink).     ↘reach the end of a race or other sporting competition.     ↘(finish up) chiefly Brit. end by doing something or being in a particular …   English new terms dictionary

  • finish off — verb a) To finish completely I was hungry, so I finished off the last of the cakes. b) To kill. It was the blow to the head that finished him off, not the bullet wound …   Wiktionary

  • finish — I verb accomplish, achieve, arrive at the end of, bring to a close, bring to an end, bring to completion, cap, carry out, carry through, cease, close, come to a close, come to an end, complete, conclude, conficere, consummare, consummate,… …   Law dictionary

  • finish up — verb a) To complete the last details of a task. Their shift was over, but they were still finishing up. b) To complete the final details of. They were finishing up the dishes …   Wiktionary

  • finish — [[t]fɪ̱nɪʃ[/t]] ♦♦ finishes, finishing, finished 1) VERB When you finish doing or dealing with something, you do or deal with the last part of it, so that there is no more for you to do or deal with. [V n/ ing] As soon as he d finished eating, he …   English dictionary

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