英 [ˈfaɪnəli] 美 [ˈfaɪnəli]
副词 总算; 最后，终于; 末后; 结果
1. It's not finally settled yet.
2. They finally realized that the whole thing was a joke.
You use finally to suggest that something happens after a long period of time, usually later than you wanted or expected it to happen.
e.g. The word was finally given for us to get on board...
e.g. The food finally arrived at the end of last week and distribution began...
You use finally to indicate that something is last in a series of actions or events.
e.g. The action slips from comedy to melodrama and finally to tragedy.
You use finally in speech or writing to introduce a final point, question, or topic.
e.g. Finally, who needs the theatre?...
e.g. And finally, a word about the winner and runner-up.
A：Here‘s my name card.
B：And here‘s mine.
A：It‘s nice to finally meet you.
B：And I‘m glad to meet you, too.
B：I finally (got rid of/ sold/ threw away) that old Nissan that got me through college.
A：And bought this new car?
Sorry, I'm Late-(对不起，我迟到了)
A：Well, you finally got here.
B：It's about time. I've been waiting in this restaurant a full thirty minutes.
A：Sorry, Jeannie. You know me. I'm always late.
B：Everybody knows, and every body's getting tired of it.
A：All I can say is sorry. Maybe I'll reform, but don't count on it.