finalizar


finalizar
v.
1 to finish, to complete, to end.
2 to finalize, to conclude, to end, to finish.
Ella le dio fin a la discusión She put an end to the discussion.
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finalizar
Conjugation model [REALIZAR], like realizar
verbo transitivo
1 to end, finish
verbo intransitivo
1 to end, finish
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verb
to finish, end
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1.
VT to finish

muchos universitarios no finalizan la carrera — many university students do not finish their degree

finalizar la sesión — (Inform) to log out, log off

con el himno se dio por finalizada la ceremonia — the ceremony came to an end o ended with the national anthem

2.
VI to end

aún no ha finalizado la sesión — the session has not ended yet

su contrato finaliza el próximo verano — his contract ends o comes to an end next summer

hoy finaliza el plazo para presentar las solicitudes — today is the deadline for submitting applications

finalizar con algo — to end with sth

la jornada finalizó con la prueba de atletismo femenino — the day ended with the women's athletics trials

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1.
verbo transitivo to finish

finalizaron el año con beneficios — they were making good profit at the end of the year

dio por finalizada su estancia — her stay came to an end

2.
finalizar vi to end

así finaliza la emisión de hoy — and that brings us to the end of today's programming (AmE) o (BrE) programs

una vez finalizada la reunión — once the meeting is/was over

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= be over, complete, conclude, end, finalise [finalize, -USA], terminate, put to + bed, curtain + fall, lay + Nombre + to rest, carry through to + completion, come to + an end, round off, be scheduled for completion, wrap up, draw to + a close, draw to + an end, wind up (in/at), finish off, top + Nombre + off, wind down.
Ex. Alternatively, the loan policy may be changed to make documents due when the vacation is over.
Ex. A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.
Ex. Thus chapter 21 concludes with a number of special rules.
Ex. Each field also ends with a special delimiter, which signals the end of the fields.
Ex. Before the schedules can be finalised, the order of the facets in the schedules must be determined.
Ex. An SDI profile can be terminated at any future time by the commands.
Ex. At the session on Sunday 15th, it was agreed to put to bed the non-controversial items.
Ex. The third act is of course the denouement, when everything is made clear, all the loose ends are tied up, and the curtain falls.
Ex. A New Orleans style funeral provided a humorous backdrop for library staff to relive the tragedies and successes of the old system as it was laid to rest.
Ex. The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
Ex. The era of paper-based information systems is coming to an end.
Ex. Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
Ex. The 2nd phase is scheduled for completion by the end of 1995.
Ex. The article is entitled 'ACRL wraps up year 1 of Academic Library Statistics Project'.
Ex. In 1971 the experimental phase of PRECIS was drawing to a close as the system became operational in the British national bibliography.
Ex. As the war drew to an end, the horrendous scenes of misery and destitution came to light.
Ex. Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.
Ex. His statement is a serious threat to the cooperative sector and was aimed at finishing off the movement.
Ex. Top it off with spicy yacamole and it's worth the nosh.
Ex. As President Bush's second term winds down, this is no time for him to be making trouble for his successor.
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* código de finalizar = end code.
* estar casi finalizado = near + completion.
* finalizar los estudios de BUP = complete + high school.
* finalizar repentinamente = come to + an abrupt end, come to + a swift end.
* finalizar un mandato = leave + office.
* para finalizar = in closing.
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1.
verbo transitivo to finish

finalizaron el año con beneficios — they were making good profit at the end of the year

dio por finalizada su estancia — her stay came to an end

2.
finalizar vi to end

así finaliza la emisión de hoy — and that brings us to the end of today's programming (AmE) o (BrE) programs

una vez finalizada la reunión — once the meeting is/was over

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= be over, complete, conclude, end, finalise [finalize, -USA], terminate, put to + bed, curtain + fall, lay + Nombre + to rest, carry through to + completion, come to + an end, round off, be scheduled for completion, wrap up, draw to + a close, draw to + an end, wind up (in/at), finish off, top + Nombre + off, wind down.

Ex: Alternatively, the loan policy may be changed to make documents due when the vacation is over.

Ex: A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.
Ex: Thus chapter 21 concludes with a number of special rules.
Ex: Each field also ends with a special delimiter, which signals the end of the fields.
Ex: Before the schedules can be finalised, the order of the facets in the schedules must be determined.
Ex: An SDI profile can be terminated at any future time by the commands.
Ex: At the session on Sunday 15th, it was agreed to put to bed the non-controversial items.
Ex: The third act is of course the denouement, when everything is made clear, all the loose ends are tied up, and the curtain falls.
Ex: A New Orleans style funeral provided a humorous backdrop for library staff to relive the tragedies and successes of the old system as it was laid to rest.
Ex: The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
Ex: The era of paper-based information systems is coming to an end.
Ex: Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
Ex: The 2nd phase is scheduled for completion by the end of 1995.
Ex: The article is entitled 'ACRL wraps up year 1 of Academic Library Statistics Project'.
Ex: In 1971 the experimental phase of PRECIS was drawing to a close as the system became operational in the British national bibliography.
Ex: As the war drew to an end, the horrendous scenes of misery and destitution came to light.
Ex: Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.
Ex: His statement is a serious threat to the cooperative sector and was aimed at finishing off the movement.
Ex: Top it off with spicy yacamole and it's worth the nosh.
Ex: As President Bush's second term winds down, this is no time for him to be making trouble for his successor.
* código de finalizar = end code.
* estar casi finalizado = near + completion.
* finalizar los estudios de BUP = complete + high school.
* finalizar repentinamente = come to + an abrupt end, come to + a swift end.
* finalizar un mandato = leave + office.
* para finalizar = in closing.

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finalizar [A4 ]
vt
to finish
debemos finalizar este trabajo hoy we must finish o complete this work today
poco antes de dar por finalizada su estancia shortly before the end of her stay
■ finalizar
vi
to end
el debate está a punto de finalizar the debate is about to end o (frml) come to a close
así finaliza la emisión de hoy and that brings us to the end of today's programs
una vez finalizada la reunión once the meeting is/was over
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finalizar (conjugate finalizar) verbo transitivo
to finish
verbo intransitivo
to end;
una vez finalizada la reunión once the meeting is/was over

finalizar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to end, finish

'finalizar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
después
- liquidación
- parar
- remachar
English:
assume
- conclude
- draw
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finalizar
vt
[terminar] to finish, to complete; [contrato] to complete
vi
to end, to finish (con in);
el plazo de inscripciones ya finalizó the deadline for registration has passed;
la ceremonia finalizó con un desfile the ceremony ended with a parade
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finalizar
v/t & v/i end, finish
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finalizar {21} v
: to finish, to end
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finalizar vb
1. (acabar) to finish
todavía no han finalizado las obras the work hasn't finished yet
2. (terminarse) to end
hoy finaliza la visita del presidente the President's visit ends today

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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