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EtymologyEdit

From Italian finito (finished)

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finito (not comparable)

  1. Finished; over with
    • 2009, January 21, “Duwayne Brooks”, in A premature obituary[1]:
      [] - it's dead, finito, past tense.

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NounEdit

finito (accusative singular finiton, plural finitoj, accusative plural finitojn)

  1. singular past nominal passive participle of fini

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finito m (f finita, m pl finiti, f pl finite)

  1. past participle of finire

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finito (feminine singular finita, masculine plural finiti, feminine plural finite)

  1. finished
  2. finite

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin fīnītus (finite; limited), present passive participle of fīniō (I finish; I limit).

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finito m (feminine singular finita, masculine plural finitos, feminine plural finitas, not comparable)

  1. finite; limited
  2. finished; over

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SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /fiˈnito/, [fiˈnit̪o]

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Latin fīnītus.

AdjectiveEdit

finito (feminine singular finita, masculine plural finitos, feminine plural finitas)

  1. finite

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Etymology 2Edit

From fino +‎ -ito.

AdjectiveEdit

finito (feminine singular finita, masculine plural finitos, feminine plural finitas)

  1. Diminutive of fino
    • 2002, Griselda Gambaro, Teatro →ISBN
      En la cabeza tenía unos pelos finitos, pocos, ¡pero tan suaves!
      On his head he had some fine little hairs. Few, but so soft!

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