finished

Finished vs Gone - What's the difference?

finished | gone |


As adjectives the difference between finished and gone

is that finished is (label) processed or perfected while gone is away, having left.

As verbs the difference between finished and gone

is that finished is (finish) while gone is .

As a preposition gone is

(british|informal) past, after, later than (a time).

Finalised vs Finished - What's the difference?

finalised | finished |


As verbs the difference between finalised and finished

is that finalised is (finalise) while finished is (finish).

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

End vs Finished - What's the difference?

end | finished |


As a noun end

is a key that when pressed causes the cursor to go to the last character of the current line.

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

As a verb finished is

(finish).

Finish vs Finished - What's the difference?

finish | finished |


As verbs the difference between finish and finished

is that finish is (label) to complete (something) while finished is (finish).

As a noun finish

is an end: the end of anything.

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

Finished vs Draft - What's the difference?

finished | draft |


As adjectives the difference between finished and draft

is that finished is (label) processed or perfected while draft is (not comparable) referring to drinks on tap, in contrast to bottled.

As verbs the difference between finished and draft

is that finished is (finish) while draft is to write a first version, make a preliminary sketch.

As a noun draft is

an early version of a written work.

Sold vs Finished - What's the difference?

sold | finished |


As a noun sold

is income of a soldier, conscripts in military or other national service, and certain other professions.

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

As a verb finished is

(finish).

Wrapup vs Finished - What's the difference?

wrapup | finished |


As a noun wrapup

is .

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

As a verb finished is

(finish).

Pursue vs Finished - What's the difference?

pursue | finished |


As verbs the difference between pursue and finished

is that pursue is (obsolete|transitive) to follow with harmful intent; to try to harm, to persecute, torment while finished is (finish).

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

Conclude vs Finished - What's the difference?

conclude | finished |


As verbs the difference between conclude and finished

is that conclude is to end; to come to an end while finished is (finish).

As an adjective finished is

(label) processed or perfected.

Finished vs Unblemished - What's the difference?

finished | unblemished | Related terms |

Finished is a related term of unblemished.


As adjectives the difference between finished and unblemished

is that finished is (label) processed or perfected while unblemished is faultless or lacking blemishes.

As a verb finished

is (finish).

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