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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for finished

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Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Yorùbá-Gẹ̀ẹ́sì): P páfe, pátápátá, adv. altogether, absolutely, entirely, completely. Ó tán páfe. (It is completely finished.)
Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Yorùbá-Gẹ̀ẹ́sì): P Poo, adv. altogether, entirely, completely. Wọ́n ti ṣe é tán poo (They have completely finished.)
Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Gẹ̀ẹ́sì-Yorùbá): F finish: v; (He finished his work.) parí; tán o parí isée rè.
Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Yorùbá-Gẹ̀ẹ́sì): P parí, v.i. to come to an end, to finish. Wọ́n ti parí iṣẹ́ wọn. (They have finished their work.)
Atúmọ̀-Èdè (Yorùbá-Gẹ̀ẹ́sì): P pátápátá, adv. on the whole, altogether, absolutely, entirely, totally, thoroughly, completely. Ó tán pátápátá. (It is completely finished.)
Ife Ẹ̀yẹ Àgbáyé FIFA 2010 Only six out of thirteen UEFA teams progressed to the last sixteen, a record low since the round of 16 was adopted in 1986. Both of the finalists from the preceding tournament, France and Italy, were eliminated in the initial stage of the competition, the first time this has happened at a World Cup. New Zealand ended the tournament as the only undefeated team after drawing their three group matches, but they finished behind Paraguay and Slovakia and were eliminated.
Nwankwo Kanu Kanu made his debut for Portsmouth as a substitute against Blackburn Rovers on 19 August 2006, the opening day of the 2006–2007 Premier League season. He scored twice and missed a penalty. Though Kanu led the top scorers chart early in the season, he had a goal drought for the rest of the season, but still finished as the top goalscorer for Portsmouth, with 12 goals.
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Serena Williams Williams began 1998 at the Medibank International Sydney. As a qualifier ranked World No. 96, she defeated World No. 3 Davenport in the quarterfinals before losing to Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the semifinals. Williams made her debut in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open, where she defeated sixth seeded Irina Spîrlea in the first round before losing to sister Venus in the second round, in the sisters' first professional match. Williams reached six other quarterfinals during the year but lost all of them, including her first match against World No. 1 Martina Hingis at the Lipton International Players Championships in Key Biscayne and her second match against Venus at the Italian Open in Rome. She failed to reach the quarterfinals of any Grand Slam tournament the remainder of the year, losing in the fourth round of the French Open to Sánchez Vicario and the third round of both Wimbledon and the US Open, to Virginia Ruano Pascual and Spîrlea, respectively. She did, however, win the mixed doubles titles at Wimbledon and the US Open with Max Mirnyi, completing the Williams family's sweep of the 1998 mixed doubles Grand Slam tournaments. Williams won her first professional title in doubles in Oklahoma City with Venus, becoming the third pair of sisters to win a WTA title. The Williams sisters won two more doubles titles together during the year. Serena finished the year ranked World No. 20 in singles.