⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'be finished' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to be finishedvorbei sein
to be finishedam Ende sein
to be finishedalle sein [ugs.]
to be finishedaus sein [ugs.] [ausgegangen sein]
to be finished [coll.]durch sein [ugs.] [erschöpft sein]
to be finished [coll.]
fix und fertig sein [ugs.] [erschöpft sein]
to be finished [to be gone] gar sein [ugs.] [österr.] [südd.] [aufgebraucht, zu Ende sein]
3 Wörter
to be finished with sb.mit jdm. fertig sein [fig.]
to be finished with sth.mit etw.Dat. zu Ende sein
4 Wörter
sth. must be finished for sth.etw. muss für etw. ausgearbeitet werden
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • They additionally found the reverse side of the "door" to be finished and polished, which suggests that it was not put there just to block the shaft from debris, but rather for a more specific reason.
  • It was inaugurated and began its function as an orphanage in 1810, in spite of the fact that it would not be finished until 1845.
  • The project is expected to be finished by 2026.
  • Busan is planning to build the first floating city in the world. So-called Oceanix City will be finished and ready for settlement by 2025.
  • Others consider the items created through automatism to be finished works themselves, needing no further refinement.
  • Cleaving is the separation of a piece of diamond rough into separate pieces, to be finished as separate gems.
  • Construction of the building is set to be finished in 2023.
  • In 2021, France started a commemorative coin series about 2024 Summer Olympics. It will be finished in 2024.
  • The construction will start in 2019 and will be finished in 2024.
  • On the day of the 15th, all of the "falles infantils" are to be finished being constructed, and later that night all of the "falles majors" (big Falles) are to be completed.
  • The 66th Street transverse was the first to be finished, having opened in December 1859.
  • Though an automated review might not provide as much detail and insight as reviews from people, they can be finished more quickly and consistently.
  • Work on the dictionary started in 1787 and the first volume was published in 1898 and as of 2021, when the latest volume appeared, work has progressed to the letter Å inclusively, leaving only the letters Ä and Ö to be finished.
  • Square had initially requested it be finished in two months.
  • Only when this series of metrological comparisons would be finished with a probable error of a thousandth of a millimetre would geodesy be able to link the works of the different nations with one another, and then proclaim the result of the measurement of the Globe.
  • Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL), also known as Lithuania–Poland pipeline, is a proposed natural gas pipeline interconnection between Lithuania and Poland that is expected to be finished by 2019.
  • However, Ranipokhari is now under development, which began in 2019 and is expected to be finished next year, according to reports.
  • Mercè Rodoreda bought a piece of land in 1977 in which she had a house built next to the existing one; which would be finished in 1979.
  • There are two threads in the history of finite simple groups – the discovery and construction of specific simple groups and families, which took place from the work of Galois in the 1820s to the construction of the Monster in 1981; and proof that this list was complete, which began in the 19th century, most significantly took place 1955 through 1983 (when victory was initially declared), but was only generally agreed to be finished in 2004.
  • Aubrey Beardsley started to write an erotic treatment of the legend which was never to be finished due to his conversion to Catholicism, repudiation of his past works, and subsequent illness and death; the first parts of it were published in "The Savoy" and later issued in book form by Leonard Smithers with the title "Under the Hill".
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