[fin-isht] /ˈfɪn ɪʃt/
ended or completed.
completed or perfected in all details, as a product:
to pack and ship finished items.
polished to the highest degree of excellence:
a dazzling and finished piece of writing.
highly skilled or accomplished:
a finished violinist.
condemned, doomed, or in the process of extinction:
The aristocracy was finished after the revolution.
(of livestock) fattened and ready for market.
only partially completed: a half-finished jigsaw puzzle
(predicative) at the end of a task, activity, etc: they were finished by four
(predicative) without further hope of success or continuation: she was finished as a prima ballerina
Ruined; no longer able to function or compete; dead, kaput: After two tries he was finished/ She couldn’t act any longer and was finished at thirty
[fer-got-n] /fərˈgɒt n/ verb 1. a past participle of . adjective 1. having been nearly forgotten: a half-forgotten dream /fəˈɡɒtən/ verb 1. a past participle of forget adj. early 15c., past participle adjective from forget.
[fawrm] /fɔrm/ noun 1. external appearance of a clearly defined area, as distinguished from color or material; configuration: a triangular form. 2. the shape of a thing or person. 3. a body, especially that of a human being. 4. a dummy having the same measurements as a human body, used for fitting or displaying clothing: […]
noun 1. (Australian rules football) any of three forwards positioned between the centre line and the forward line
- Half frame