(someone) finally (did something)

The word "finally" describes something that happens after you've been waiting for it a long time. It expresses the idea that something was very late or too late.

Here are some verbs that often follow "finally":

  • finally got (something)

    I finally got to meet her husband.

    So you finally got a smartphone, huh?

  • finally decided (something)

    So after a few months of talking about it, we finally decided to just go for it and start our business.

  • finally managed to (do something)

    I finally managed to figure out where they were.

This phrase appears in these lessons: