finiquitar

finiquitar
transitive verb
1. (finance) 
a. to settle 
No puedo fiarle. Necesito que finiquite su cuenta, don Manuel.I can't give you any more credit. I need you to settle your account, Mr. Manuel.
b. to pay off (worker) (United Kingdom) 
La gran multinacional atravesó una crisis y finiquitó a cientos de trabajadores.The large multinational company went through a crisis and paid off hundreds of workers.
2. (to conclude) 
a. to finish 
Jorge finiquitó su copa y salió del bar.Jorge finished his drink and left the bar.
b. to close 
La presidenta de la asociación finiquitó la reunión con unas palabras.The association's chairwoman closed the meeting with a few words.
finiquitar
transitive verb
1. (finance) 
a. to settle 
2. (trabajador) 
a. to pay off 
finiquitar
transitive verb
1 (Economía) [+cuenta] to settle and close; balance up
2 [+asunto] to conclude; wind up
Examples
Verb Conjugations for finiquitar
Present Participle: finiquitando
Past Participle: finiquitado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
finiquito
finiquité
finiquitaba
finiquitaría
finiquitaré
finiquitas
finiquitaste
finiquitabas
finiquitarías
finiquitarás
él/ella/Ud.
finiquita
finiquitó
finiquitaba
finiquitaría
finiquitará
nosotros
finiquitamos
finiquitamos
finiquitábamos
finiquitaríamos
finiquitaremos
vosotros
finiquitáis
finiquitasteis
finiquitabais
finiquitaríais
finiquitaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
finiquitan
finiquitaron
finiquitaban
finiquitarían
finiquitarán
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