2. Cesser. Finir son travail.
3. (Intrans.) Se terminer. Un été qui finit.
4. (Intrans.) Mourir. Finir abandonné.
1. To bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements.
2. To come or bring to a finish or an end; SYN. finish.
3. To complete a pass, in football; SYN. nail.
4. To write all the required information onto a form; SYN. fill out, fill in, make out.
1. To bring to a close.
2. To reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation; SYN. resolve.
1. To be the end of; be the last of concluding part of.
2. To bring to a conclusion or cause to come to an end; SYN. terminate, cease.
3. To bring to an end; SYN. terminate.
4. To have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; SYN. finish, terminate, cease.
5. To put an end to.
1. To cause to finish a relationship with somebody.
2. To provide with a finish, as of furniture, for example.
1. To summarize, sum up
2. To bring to a usually successful conclusion
3. To Cinch, sew up