In fact, if you are talking about the event (i.e. the agreement) according to the state, there should have been a verb in the past to create a correct sentence (for example. B a contract has been concluded). But the wording quoted (without verb) would be normal at the end of the agreement itself, especially directly above the signatures of the contracting parties: this is where the current tension applies, because they actually conclude the agreement by adding their signatures. If the contract has expired, it may expire (for example. B on a given date) or has been terminated (z.B by one or both parties according to the criteria set out in the agreement). As you will see in the excerpts above, it is important to conclude a transaction or any other multi-party agreement to conclude/conclude/settle. The fundamental answer to your question is therefore “yes,” “contract done” means that it has been agreed. Formally conclude a “ceasefire attempt” and finally agree (an agreement) “Negotiations for a new agreement have failed.” Oxford Dictionary conclude (FINISH): enter into an agreement or official task, or arrange a Cambridge Dictionary P.S. business contract. As mentioned above, you could easily have found the answer to your question by searching in a dictionary!.