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How would one say "I'm done" (in the sense of "I am finished with whatever I was doing until now" or "I'm free now") in Spanish?

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You can say it in different ways:

Ya terminé (de hacer lo que estaba haciendo)
Ya acabé  (de hacer lo que estaba haciendo)
No tengo nada que hacer ahora (I'm free now)
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I'd use "haber + participle" instead of preterite.

"Ya he terminado" = "I'm done"

"Ya estoy disponible" = "I'm free now" (where "free" = "available")
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At Colombia the expressiohn Hasta aqui llego! is the exact translation of I'm Done! .

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