Antonym: infinite. Similar words: infinite, definite, definitely, finite element, affinity, definition, definitive, finish. Meaning: ['faɪnaɪt] adj. 1. bounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent 2. of verbs; relating to forms of the verb that are limited in time by a tense and (usually) show agreement with number and person.

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2. The funds available for the health service are

*finite*and we cannot afford to waste money.3. Only a

*finite*number of situations can arise.4. Resources are

*finite*, and choices have to be made between competing priorities and needs.5. Human understanding is

*finite*.6. These are the

*finite*forms of a verb.7. The fourth dimension, time, is also

*finite*in extent.8. The fossil fuels are

*finite*resources.9. 'Am', 'is', 'are', 'was' and 'were' are the

*finite*forms of 'be'; 'being', and 'been' are the non-finite forms.9. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.

10. We only have a

*finite*amount of time to complete this task - we can't continue indefinitely.11. The physical universe is

*finite*in space and time.12. Another possible origin of positive feedback is the

*finite*internal impedance of the bias supply.13.

*Finite*State Grammars Although finite state grammars are weak they have been used in computational systems.14. It was a case of

*finite*time and brainpower too broadly dissipated, Taylor came to think.15. Fig 2.1 shows a very simple

*finite*state diagram.16. At a given moment

*finite*time came into existence out of infinite time.17. The electrical problem arises from the

*finite*time it takes a signal to travel across a chip.18. The earth has a

*finite*number of resources which we must protect.19. There would be an infinite number of

*finite*remainders that were not determined by the theory.20. There isn't a

*finite*amount of love to go round so there's a danger some one else might nick your share.21. On the contrary, they are partners for a

*finite*amount of time usually dedicated to a finite objective.22. The world's resources are

*finite*.23. The use of parallel processing in

*finite*element analysis.24. The

*finite*age of the universe is measured in proper time.25. It is quite possible that space and time are

*finite*.26. This class consisted of curved spaces without singularities, which were of

*finite*size but which did not have boundaries or edges.27. So in three dimensions inversion turns an infinite plane into a

*finite*sphere in a one-to-one mapping of every point.28. Player A's strategy is linear in z for both the

*finite*and the infinite horizon models.29. In the following, small letters represent natural numbers and capital ones,

*finite*sets of natural numbers.30. Recall that the internal states of our device are to be

*finite*in number.More similar words: infinite, definite, definitely, finite element, affinity, definition, definitive, finish, finish up, finish with, unite, trinity, initial, in itself, initially, initiate, initiative, penitent, penitence, impenitent, penitentiary, united nations, find, fine, define, finally, finger, find out, finance, confine.