- v. UK alternative spelling of finalize.
- v. make final; put the last touches on; put into final form
“He emerged carrying a brown paper bag that he said contained clothes he was returning and made us drive him to the city centre and drop him off so he could 'finalise”
“After that, a meeting would be scheduled to "finalise" the documents.”
“In an interview to New! magazine, the 'Behind Closed Doors' hitmaker said he has been in "regular contact" with La Toya and hopes to "finalise" their plans next week.”
“If death weren't around to "finalise" the Darwinian process, we'd all still be amoebas.”
“City, still a work in progress, have yet to finalise a range of plans for dealing with the best opposition, but it made sense to confront Arsenal in a 4-2-3-1 formation, in which Yaya Touré was again asked to perform the attacking midfield role best suited to the absent David Silva.”
“We weren't able to finalise things financially in time for Newmarket but, with the support of the series sponsor, Qipco, timing data will be available at Ascot and hopefully we can look to expand that in 2012, said Rod Street, chief executive of Racing Enterprises, which looks after the sport's commercial interests.”
“As I finalise arrangements for my US trip of awesomeness, it turns out that I may be having an event at New York's exceedingly delightful and famous Books of Wonder in the first week of June.”
“The German chancellor said:The eurozone's first obligation this year is to resolve a second Greek programme and finalise these negotiations with the banks so that we can then concentrate on structural problems in the eurozone.”
“The EFA spokesman Azmy Megahed said Bradley is expected to arrive in Cairo this weekend to finalise the deal.”
“Regulators hope to finalise the proposal by summer following a 60-day public comment period.”
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