1. to finish
I have to finish this task!
When are you going to finish painting the wall?
English word "finalizar"(to finish) occurs in sets:Basic Verbs - Verbos Básicos
It's a dead end.
Killing your spouse is one way to end a marriage. However, it's frowned upon.
It may seem like a lot of trouble to go through, but in the end, you'll be happy you did it.
Whatever happens, I'll stick to my principles to the bitter end.
If I happen to end up going abroad, I'd probably go for France.
How did you end up on your own?
When I'm with a crying baby, I end up wanting to cry myself!
Japan's gold and foreign exchange reserves stood at $68.9 billion at the end of 1998, down from $77.0 billion a year earlier.
Even at the end of the nineteenth century, sailors in the British Navy were not permitted to use knives and forks because using them was considered a sign of weakness.
The baseball game was so exciting that everyone stayed until the very end.
The swimmer, Cindy Nicholas, barely made it ashore at Dover at the end of the exhausting swim, but a spokesman from the Channel Swimming Association announced that she was in very good shape.
I hate it when I work late and end up missing an episode of a show I'm following.
In the end, because of the disease, he became unable to walk and had to use a motorized wheelchair to get around.
Relationships built on money will end when the money runs out.
World War One did not end quickly or easily.