finish with sth
— phrasal verb with finish uk /ˈfɪn.ɪʃ/ us /ˈfɪn.ɪʃ/ verb
- "Have you finished with the sticky tape?" "Yes. thanks - you can have it now."
- Please put the scissors back in the drawer when you've finished with them.
- If everyone has finished with the tomato sauce, I'll put it away.
- Dad won't be finished with the car until late, so I'm afraid you can't borrow it tonight.
- If you've finished with the gravy, could you pass it down this end of the table?
Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
- all good things (must) come to an end idiom
- and have done with it idiom
- be over the hump idiom
- knock off (sth)
- lay sth to rest idiom
- lay the ghost of sth (to rest) idiom
- leave it at that idiom
- leave off (sth/doing sth)
- the curtain falls on sth idiom
- to the bitter end idiom
- top sth off