Bedeutung von “final” — Learner’s Dictionary

final

adjective us uk /ˈfaɪnəl/
This piece of work counts towards your final mark.The emphasis is on the final syllable.The final score was 16-10 in England's favour.The final chapter of the book looks at the future.The weather was good for the final day of hte competition.
LAST [ always before noun ]

A2 last in a series or coming at the end of something:

the final paragraph
They scored a goal in the final minute.
NO MORE DISCUSSION

If a decision, agreement, or answer is final, it will not be changed or discussed any more:

The committee's decision is final.
→ See also the final nail in the coffin , the final/last straw

(Definition von “final adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)