ended

ended
adjective
having come or been brought to a conclusion
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the harvesting was complete

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the affair is over, ended, finished

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the abruptly terminated interview

Syn: ↑complete, ↑concluded, ↑over, ↑all over, ↑terminated
Similar to: ↑finished

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