(in manufacturing fibers) the last card in the carding process, for converting stock into roving.
[fin-ish] /ˈfɪn ɪʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to bring (something) to an end or to completion; complete: to finish a novel; to finish breakfast. 2. to come to the end of (a course, period of time, etc.): to finish school. 3. to use completely (often followed by up or off): to finish up a […]
noun 1. a slender nail with a small globular head, used for finish work, being driven to slightly beneath the surface and covered with putty or the like.
noun 1. a private school, usually at the high-school or junior-college level, that teaches young women social graces and prepares them for life in society. noun 1. a private school for girls that prepares them for society by teaching social graces and accomplishments
- Finishing touch
A small change or addition that serves to complete something. For example, The room still needed a few finishing touches, such as a flower arrangement. This expression is sometimes put as a finishing stroke. [ c. 1700 ]