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- v. To complete the last details of a task.
- v. To complete the final details of.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. finish a task completely
- v. finally be or do something
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Balzac, who had been duly informed of the good news, hastened to the office, and led the publisher off proudly to dine with him at Very's, and to finish up the evening at the Porte-Saint-Martin Theatre, with ices afterwards at Tortoni's.
Look, you finish up here while I move up the arrangements with Mrs Hudson and Will.
I had not been in position at Takhli too long when Art got a chance to come down on temporary duty from my old fighter wing in Japan and finish up his one hundred missions.
On Thursday the late-afternoon sun cast long shadows across the front lawn, where Nazia sat on the brittle grass trying to finish up the sewing.
"Cornered me in my office when I was trying to finish up and asked me a bunch of questions about the business, some of which I couldn't answer."
We should have the thing settled, without placing Miss Lodis in jeopardy, in about six months, even if we had to finish up on Tayun.
The rest of the week will finish up Palaiseau, but Sunday if you like, I am free.
Dealers call this illegal process 'twinning', though that's illogical because you finish up with 'antiques' of different ages.
Before either headed up the ladder, though, they needed to finish up and cap the final core samples, and Neil, with a pair of long-handed tongs, had to complete his final rock sampling.
The boys would finish up the school semester in Midland with our wonderful baby-sitter, Mrs. Lois Rogers.