final
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin finalis, from finis boundary, end Date: 14th century 1. a. not to be altered or undone <
all sales are final
>
b. of or relating to a concluding court action or proceeding <
final decree
>
2. coming at the end ; being the last in a series, process, or progress <
the final chapter
>
3. of or relating to the ultimate purpose or result of a process <
our final goal
>
Synonyms: see lastfinally adverb II. noun Date: 1609 something that is final: as a. a deciding match, game, heat, or trial — usually used in plural b. the last examination in a course — often used in plural

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  • final — final, ale (fi nal, na l ) adj. 1°   Qui finit, qui est à la fin. État final. Compte final. La syllabe finale d un mot. La mesure finale d un air.    Point final, le point qui termine une phrase et qui marque un sens complet.    Populairement. En …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • final — N. Amer. an examination at the end of a term, school year, or particular class. → final final adjective 1》 coming at the end of a series.     ↘reached as the outcome of a process: the final cost will run into six figures. 2》 allowing no further… …   English new terms dictionary

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