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what difference between "finished" and "over"?

for instance, can I say: "the party is finished" or the "party is over" with the same meaning?

(also: "the pineapple juice is finished / over")?

thank you!

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what difference between "finished" and "over"?

for instance, can I say: "the party is finished" or the "party is over" with the same meaning?

(also: "the pineapple juice is finished / over")?

thank you!
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