finalise


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finalise


Past participle: finalised
Gerund: finalising

Imperative
finalise
finalise
Present
I finalise
you finalise
he/she/it finalises
we finalise
you finalise
they finalise
Preterite
I finalised
you finalised
he/she/it finalised
we finalised
you finalised
they finalised
Present Continuous
I am finalising
you are finalising
he/she/it is finalising
we are finalising
you are finalising
they are finalising
Present Perfect
I have finalised
you have finalised
he/she/it has finalised
we have finalised
you have finalised
they have finalised
Past Continuous
I was finalising
you were finalising
he/she/it was finalising
we were finalising
you were finalising
they were finalising
Past Perfect
I had finalised
you had finalised
he/she/it had finalised
we had finalised
you had finalised
they had finalised
Future
I will finalise
you will finalise
he/she/it will finalise
we will finalise
you will finalise
they will finalise
Future Perfect
I will have finalised
you will have finalised
he/she/it will have finalised
we will have finalised
you will have finalised
they will have finalised
Future Continuous
I will be finalising
you will be finalising
he/she/it will be finalising
we will be finalising
you will be finalising
they will be finalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been finalising
you have been finalising
he/she/it has been finalising
we have been finalising
you have been finalising
they have been finalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been finalising
you will have been finalising
he/she/it will have been finalising
we will have been finalising
you will have been finalising
they will have been finalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been finalising
you had been finalising
he/she/it had been finalising
we had been finalising
you had been finalising
they had been finalising
Conditional
I would finalise
you would finalise
he/she/it would finalise
we would finalise
you would finalise
they would finalise
Past Conditional
I would have finalised
you would have finalised
he/she/it would have finalised
we would have finalised
you would have finalised
they would have finalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.finalise - make final; put the last touches on; put into final form; "let's finalize the proposal"
terminate, end - bring to an end or halt; "She ended their friendship when she found out that he had once been convicted of a crime"; "The attack on Poland terminated the relatively peaceful period after WW I"
Translations
يُنهي، يَعمَل التَّرتيبات النِهائِيَّه
ljúka, ganga frá

final

(ˈfainl) adjective
1. the very last. the final chapter of the book.
2. (of a decision etc) definite; decided and not to be changed. The judge's decision is final.
noun
the last part of a competition. The first parts of the competition will take place throughout the country, but the final will be in London.
ˈfinally adverb
1. as the last (of many). The soldiers rode past, then came the Royal visitors, and finally the Queen.
2. at last, after a long time. The train finally arrived.
ˈfinalist noun
a person who reaches the final stage in a competition. It was difficult to decide which of the two finalists was the better tennis player.
fiˈnality (-ˈnӕ-) noun
ˈfinalize, ˈfinalise verb
to make a final decision about plans, arrangements etc. We must finalize the arrangements by Friday.
ˌfinaliˈzation, ˌfinaliˈsation noun
ˈfinals noun plural
the last examinations for a university degree etc. I am sitting/taking my finals in June.
References in periodicals archive ?
So we will finalise it and it will become the guideline for the financial institutions.
Ukraine said it could finalise later this month part of a crucial EU contract for greater incorporation, even as the former Soviet state remains in a state of upheaval.
Southland and Belair expect to finalise a formal Agreement by mid-December 1999 from which full details of the acquisition will be made available to shareholders of both corporations.