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Word of the Day 02/11/20 Finito

Finito (adjective)
finito [ fi-nee-toh ]


adjective Informal.
1. finished; ended.

Origin: < Italian, past participle of finire < Latin fīnīre to finish

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There can be no question that after this debate, Paladino is over: finito.
NEW YORK'S INSANE POLITICAL CIRCUS|TUNKU VARADARAJAN|OCTOBER 18, 2010|DAILY BEAST

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