English - Vietnamese Dictionary
final /'fainl/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- cuối cùng
- final victory: thắng lợi cuối cùng
- the final chapter of a book: chương cuối của cuốn sách
- quyết định, dứt khoát, không thay đổi được nữa
- (triết học); (ngôn ngữ học) (thuộc) mục đích
- final cause: mục đích, cứu cánh
- danh từ
- ((thường) số nhiều) cuộc đấu chung kết
- the tennis finals: các cuộc đấu chung kết quần vợt
- (có khi số nhiều) kỳ thi ra trường, kỳ thi tốt nghiệp
- (thông tục) đợt báo phát hành cuối cùng trong ngày
- (âm nhạc) âm gốc (trong một bản nhạc)
+the final match between the winners of all previous matches in an elimination tournament
+an examination administered at the end of an academic term
+occurring at or forming an end or termination
+conclusive in a process or progression
+not to be altered or undone
Advanced English Dictionary
1 ending, concluding, terminating, finishing, closing, last, terminal, ultimate, end:
The final sentence needs rewriting.
2 conclusive, decisive, unalterable, irreversible, irrevocable, incontrovertible, irrefutable, indisputable, unchangeable, immutable, definitive; settled, fixed, absolute, certain, sure:
Those are my final words on the subject. We made a final series of measurements.
adjective, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [only before noun] being or happening at the end of a series of events, actions, statements, etc: his final act as party leader + The referee blew the final whistle. + The project is in its final stages. + They find each other in the final chapter of the book. + I'd like to return to the final point you made.
2 [only before noun] being the result of a particular process: the final product + No one could have predicted the final outcome.
3 that cannot be argued with or changed: The judge's decision is final. + Who has the final say around here? + I'll give you $500 for it, and that's my final offer! + (spoken) I'm not coming, and that's final! (= I will not change my mind)
Idioms see ANALYSIS, STRAW, WORD n.
1 [C] the last of a series of games or competitions in which the winner is decided: She reached the final of the 100m hurdles. + The players met in last year's final. + the 1998 World Cup Finals (= the last few games in the competition) + She will now go through to the final with Hingis.
See also - QUARTER-FINAL, SEMI-FINAL
2 (finals) [pl.] (BrE) the last exams taken by university students at the end of their final year: to sit / take your finals
3 [C] (AmE) an exam taken by school, university or college students at the end of a SEMESTER or QUARTER, usually in a topic that they will not study again
1 last game/match in a competition
He got through to the grand final of the competition.
| area, national, regional, world | men's, women's | championship, cup
VERB + FINAL
hold, stage | be/get through to, go through to, make it to, qualify for, reach
If we play well, we hope to make it to the final.
| compete in, meet sb in, play in
Scotland met Wales in the final at Twickenham.
FINAL + VERB
be played, take place
in the ~
Who is in the men's final?
2 finals: final exams at university
VERB + FINAL
do, sit, take | fail, pass
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