Verb acabar - to finish, end  

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The verb acabar (conjugation) means "to finish".

yo acabo (I finish)
acabas (you finish)
Ud/él/ella acaba (you/he/she finishes)
nosotros (as) acabamos (we finish)
vosotros (as) acabáis (you guys finish)
Uds/ellos/ellas acaban (you all/they finish)

Cuando usted acabe yo las rastrillo.

When you finish, I will rake the beds

Se acabó el gas.

We finished (ran out of) the gas.

An essential Spanish expression is acabar de, which means "to have just".

Acabo de regresar de vacaciones.

I've just returned from holiday (vacation).

Acabo de ver a Juan.

I've just seen Juan.

Acabas de invitar a Pablo a cenar.

You have just invited Pablo to have dinner.

Acabamos de aprender.

We've just learned.

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