finish with (something)

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finish with (something)

To complete something; to no longer be engaged or occupied with something. Hey, if you're finished with that magazine, can I read it? It took three years, but I'm finally finished with my thesis, thank goodness.
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finish with something

to complete something; to become done with something. I will finish with fixing this soon, and then you can have it. When will this be finished with?
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A What you are seeing with your stock is fairly common, especially when stocks are finished with polyurethane.
Group-I: The samples were finished with carbide finishing bur.
Freshman forward Ryan Sheehan knocked down 4 of 5 shots from 3-point range and finished with 16 points for Nichols (1-5).
Cottage Grove finished with 89 points to win the team title, and Molalla finished second with 62.
When I'm almost finished with a piece, I can suddenly see the light at the end of the tunnel.
As a result, castings often must be finished with a smooth automotive-quality surface, which requires more post-casting attention.
Consequently, wood finished with water-based clear finish retains the light color of unfinished wood.
The Crusaders finished with a team score of 648, four strokes better than second-place McNary.
Though finished with patina, paint, clear coat, gold-leafing and/or wax, the weather ultimately succeeds in changing the appearance of a piece.
Nealy, a senior from Grants Pass, finished with a 7-over 223, tied with Washington State's Ana Kostina and one stroke behind Oklahoma State's Annie Thurman.