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finished

adjective
 
 
/ˈfɪnɪʃt/
PRODUCTION used to describe manufactured goods that are ready to be sold: finished goods/products Prices paid to producers for finished goods rose 1.7 percent in October.finished goods inventory/stock On Monday the manufacturer processes the order, picks and packs the desired items from finished goods inventory, and ships them to the retailer.
the finished product a product as it appears after everything that needs to be done to it has been done: The illustration shows all the stages - from the drawing board to the finished product.
Translations of “finished”
in Chinese (Traditional) 完成的, 結束的, 最後的…
in Russian готовый, конечный…
in Turkish bitmiş, tamamlanmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完成的, 结束的…
in Polish gotowy…
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