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Meaning of “finally” - Learner’s Dictionary

finally

adverb     /ˈfaɪnəli/
AFTER A LONG TIME
A2 after a long time or some difficulty: We finally got home just after midnight. After months of looking, he finally found a job.Final and finally
LAST POINT
B1 used to introduce the last point or idea: Finally, I'd like to thank everyone for coming this evening.Final and finally
CERTAINLY
in a way that will not be changed: The date of the wedding hasn't been finally decided yet.Final and finally
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