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Translation of "final" - English-Spanish dictionary

final

adjective /ˈfainl/
the very last
final, último
the final chapter of the book.
(of a decision etc) definite; decided and not to be changed
definitivo
The judge’s decision is final.
finally adverb as the last (of many)
finalmente, al final
The soldiers rode past, then came the Royal visitors, and finally the Queen.
at last, after a long time
finalmente
The train finally arrived.
finalist noun a person who reaches the final stage in a competition
finalista
It is difficult to decide which of the two finalists is the better tennis player.
finality /-ˈnӕ-/ noun
resolución
finalize verb ( (also finaliseBritish)) to make a final decision about plans, arrangements etc
concluir, ultimar
We must finalize the arrangements by Friday.
finalization noun ( (also finalizationBritish))
conclusión
finalization of the arrangements.
finals noun plural (British ) the last examinations for a university degree etc
finales
I am sitting/taking my finals in June.
(Definition of final from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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