fink ran through a litany of concerns: China, Japan, “the nonsense in Washington,” the Federal Reserve.
fink stresses the need for Nigeria to train and deploy women into more prominent law enforcement roles.
1902, of uncertain origin, possibly from German Fink "a frivolous or dissolute person," originally "finch;" the German word also had a sense of "informer" (cf. stool pigeon). The other theory traces it to Pinks, short for Pinkerton agents, the private police force hired to break up the 1892 Homestead strike. As a verb, 1925 in American English slang. Related: Finked; finking.
Ended, finished: After that, finito