final noun (COMPETITION) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "final" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

final

noun (COMPETITION)
竞赛
 
 
/ˈfaɪ.nəl/
[C] the last in a series of games, races or competitions, usually the one in which the winner is chosen
决赛
Last year we got through to the final.
去年我们进入了决赛。
The men's basketball final will be on Sunday.
男子篮球决赛将在星期天举行。
Parts and stages of competitions
the finals [plural] the last set of games in a competition
决赛
Do you think Scotland will qualify for the European Championship finals?
你认为苏格兰队能入围欧洲杯决赛吗?
Parts and stages of competitions
Translations of “final”
in Korean 마지막…
in Arabic نِهائي…
in Portuguese final…
in Catalan final…
in Japanese 決勝戦…
in Italian finale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 競賽, 決賽…
in Russian финал, финальная игра…
in Turkish final…
in Polish finał…
(Definition of final noun (COMPETITION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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