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The verb 'finished' is the past tense of the verb to finish.

The verb 'finish' (or finished) can be transitive or intransitive.

Examples:

When you finish dinner, you may go out. (transitive, direct object is 'dinner')

I finished dinner already. (transitive, direct object is 'dinner')

You may go out when you finish. (intransitive, no direct object)

When you've finished, you may go out. (intransitive, no direct object)

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