End and Finish are two words in English that have almost the same meaning, but are used in different situations. So, keep reading to see the different use.
End, as a noun, means the final part of a period, event, story. It is the opposite of beginning. Here are some examples:
The sun sets at the end of the day.
All good things must come to an end.
Turn right at the end of the road.
End, as a verb, refers to a situation when an activity ends, it stops. Here are some examples:
The World War ended in 1945.
One of three marriages ends in divorce.
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In turn, finish, as a noun, means an end or final part or stage of something. Here are some examples:
The finish line is the line marking the end of a race.
As the runners come to the finish, they are side by side.
Finish, as a verb, means to bring something to an end. For example:
are you sure you will finish this job by Friday?
He finished his drink and left.