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  1. finish

    • IPA[ˈfɪnɪʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      bring (a task or activity) to an end; complete;consume or get through the final amount or portion of (something, especially food or drink)
    • n.
      an end or final part or stage of something;a point or place at which a race or competition ends
    • noun: finish, plural noun: finishes

    • verb: finish, 3rd person present: finishes, gerund or present participle: finishing, past tense: finished, past participle: finished

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bring (a task or activity) to an end; complete:

      they were straining to finish the job

      we finished eating our meal

    • 2. consume or get through the final amount or portion of (something, especially food or drink):

      Seagram finished off a margarita as he waited

    • 3. (of a period or activity) come to an end:

      the war has finished but nothing has changed

    • 4. end a period of time or course of action by doing something or being in a particular position:

      he finished up as one of Britain's greatest architects

    • 5. reach the end of a race or other competition:

      the first four horses to finish

      Falkirk finished fifth in the Scottish Premier League

    • 6. (in soccer) score a goal or goals:

      Dean finished well to put his team ahead

    • 7. kill, destroy, or comprehensively defeat:

      the English men-at-arms finished them off in hand-to-hand combat

    • 8. reduce to utter exhaustion or helplessness.
    • 9. complete the manufacture or decoration of (an article) by giving it an attractive surface appearance:

      the interior was finished with American oak

    • 10. complete the fattening of (livestock) before slaughter:

      over 100,000 head of cattle are finished every year

      a reduction in prices for finished cattle

    • 11. prepare (a girl) for entry into fashionable society:

      where were you finished?

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an end or final part or stage of something:

      a bowl of raspberries was the perfect finish to the meal

      I really enjoyed the film from start to finish

    • 2. a point or place at which a race or competition ends:

      he surged into a winning lead 200 metres from the finish

    • 3. the manner in which the manufacture of an article is completed in detail:

      the car's popularity is helped by its high-quality finish and strong diesel engine

    • 4. the surface appearance of a manufactured material or object, or the material used to produce this:

      lightweight nylon with a shiny finish

    • 5. the final taste impression of a wine or beer:

      the wine has a lemony tang on the finish

    • adj. (of an action, activity, or piece of work) having been completed or ended:

    • a preparatory drawing for the finished painting

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    • adj. (of a task or activity) brought to an end; completed:

    • a preparatory drawing for the finished painting

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    • n. a rough-textured plaster finish for an exterior wall.

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    • n. a very smooth reflective finish produced on the surface of a metal.

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    • ph. have no more need for or nothing more to do with

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    • ph. complete an action or process

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    • n. a line marking the end of a race:

    • they crossed the finish line

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    • n. (in sport) a close or exciting finish to a race or competition.

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    • v.
      bring (a task or activity) to an end; complete:
    • they were straining to finish the job

      we finished eating our meal

    • n.
      an end or final part or stage of something:
    • a bowl of raspberries was the perfect finish to the meal

      I really enjoyed the film from start to finish

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  2. 知識+

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