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By Info
#1116203
It's a very useful verb. It can be used as freddo says to indicate finished i.e finished doing something,a meeting, a game or a picture or used with con i.e "acabar con" finish with something or put an end to something i.e "hay que acabar con discriminaciones" or you can have "acabar de" for a recent action i.e somebody asks you do you want something to eat "te gustaria algo de comer"? You could reply "no gracias acabo de comer" or "acaba de salir" he/she has just gone out. Bee
By cameron
#1116237
My partner uses it instead of Terminado, he says Acabado, that is what he was taught.
By rspltd
#1116314
It was always explained to me as follows - acabar is used when something is completed but notthe whole item - so for example the chapter of a book but not the book itself. Terminar is used when something is completely finished in it's entirety.
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