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finnoun [C]

 us   /fɪn/
a ​thin, wing-shaped ​part of a ​fish that ​helps it to ​swim, or a wing-shaped ​part of a ​ship, ​aircraft, or ​car
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finnoun [C]

uk   us   /fɪn/

fin noun [C] (FISH/AIRCRAFT)

a ​thinverticalpartsticking out of the ​body of ​especially a ​fish or an ​aircraft that ​helpsbalance and ​movement: We could ​see the fin of a ​shark as it ​slowlycircledourboat. a fish's ​dorsal fin The ​aircraft has a ​longtail fin.

fin noun [C] (HAIRSTYLE)

a ​hairstyle, usually ​worn by men, where the ​hair is ​combed from the ​sides towards the ​centre so that it ​sticks up like a fin on ​top of the ​head
(Definition of fin from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Fin.

(also fin.) uk   us  
written abbreviation for finance noun , financial
(Definition of Fin. from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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