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Finished and completed - thesaurus

Synonyms

finished

adjective

something that is finished has been completed

completed

adjective

containing all the necessary parts, answers, or information

exhausted

adjective

empty or finished, because a supply of something has all been used

past

adjective

ended, or no longer existing

complete

adjective

if something such as a job or process is complete, it is finished

through

adjective

having finished an activity or piece of work

up

adjective

completely done or used so that there is nothing left

at an end

finished

that’s that

used for saying that something has been finished or finally decided

done

adjective

finished doing something or using something

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a closed book

something that you accept has completely ended

all done

used for saying that you have finished doing something

all over bar the shouting

used for saying that something has nearly finished and it is obvious what the final result, effect etc will be

anymore

adverb

used when talking or asking about a situation that has ended, or about something that someone has stopped doing

be done and dusted

if something is done and dusted, you have finished dealing with it and it is not necessary to discuss it any more

behind

adverb

if a bad experience or unpleasant situation is behind you, it no longer affects you or makes you unhappy

be history

to no longer affect you, or to no longer exist

be through with something

to have decided to stop doing something that you used to do

done

adjective

if a job is done, it has been finished

down

adjective

used for saying how many things you have dealt with and how many more still need to be dealt with

finished

adjective

if you are finished, you have completed the job that you were doing

home free

having finished the worst or most difficult part of something

in the can

if a piece of work, especially a film, is in the can, it has been finished

it’s/that’s a wrap

used for showing that you have finished something

mission accomplished

used for saying that someone has successfully done what they wanted to do or had to do

not any more

adverb

used for saying that the future will be different from the past because something has stopped happening

not...any more/longer

used for saying that a situation has ended or someone has stopped doing something

out

adverb

with none of something left

out (of) the window

used for saying that you stop doing something or stop using something completely

over

adverb

used for saying that a particular event, situation, or period of time has ended

run out/sell out

if a supply of something runs out/sells out, there is none left

so much for something

used for showing that you have finished talking about something

sorted

adjective

Britishspoken arranged, or dealt with

that’s your lot

used for telling someone that they have had all of something and there will be no more

they think it’s all over

used near the end of a game, event, or other situation for introducing a statement that marks the end, either when something happens to make the expected result certain, or when something happens to change the expected result

up

adjective

used for saying that a period of time has ended

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