final

final
I UK [ˈfaɪn(ə)l] / US adjective ***
1) [only before noun] existing as the result of a long process

The final score was 2–2.

Changes to the production process will not affect the final product.

These issues will all be discussed in the final report.

2) [only before noun] last in a series

the final episode of this exciting drama series

The final payment is due next month.

We've got time for one final question.

3) [only before noun] showing that something has finished

Rooney scored only minutes before the referee blew the final whistle.

4) if something is final, it cannot be changed

The editor's decision is final.

the final decision/say:

The board will have the final say over who is appointed.


II UK [ˈfaɪn(ə)l] / US noun [countable]
Word forms "final":
singular final plural finals
**
1) the last game, race etc in a competition. The winner of the final is the winner of the whole competition

Last year the team made it all the way to the final.

the World Cup Final

grand final:

The grand final will be held in July.

finals (= the last few games, races etc in a competition):

Will England qualify for the World Cup Finals?

2) finals
[plural] the last set of examinations that students take before they finish at a college or university

I've got my finals next month.

3) American the last examination that students take before they finish a class at a school or university

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