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  1. final noun uk / ˈfaɪ.n ə l / us / ˈfaɪ.n ə l / final noun (COMPETITION) B1 [ C ] the last in a series of games, races, or competitions, usually the one in which the winner is chosen: Last year we got through to the final. The men's basketball final will be on Sunday. the finals [ plural ] the last set of games in a competition:

  2. adj. ending, last adj. conclusive, definitive synonyms for final Compare Synonyms closing concluding eventual last-minute ultimate end finishing lag latest latter terminal crowning hindmost supreme terminating antonyms for final MOST RELEVANT beginning commencing continuing first inconclusive interim introductory opening persistent starting

  3. final ( ˈfaɪnəl) adj 1. of or occurring at the end; concluding; ultimate; last 2. having no possibility for further discussion, action, or change; conclusive; decisive: a final decree of judgment. 3. (Philosophy) relating to or constituting an end or purpose: a final clause may be introduced by 'in order to'. 4.

  4. a : happening or coming at the end. the final act of the play. They won their final four games. in the final minutes/moments/seconds of the game. Our last/previous stop was Bangkok, but our final destination is Tokyo. The plans are undergoing final review. final exams [=exams at the end of a class or term]

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    Final (competition), the last or championship round of a sporting competition, match, game, or other contest which decides a winner for an event. Another term for playoffs, describing a sequence of contests taking place after a regular season or round-robin tournament, culminating in a final by the first definition.

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  7. Dec 14, 2022 · final is an identifier with a special meaning when used in a member function declaration or class head. In other contexts, it is not reserved and may be used to name objects and functions. Note In a sequence of the following tokens: one of class, struct and union ; a possibly qualified identifier ; final ; one of : and { ,

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