‘hǎo’ (finish): As an adjective, the basic meaning of ‘hǎo’ is ‘good’. As a phase resultative complement, it has the meaning of ‘completing the action denoted by V1’, or ‘have something ready for use’. It is similar but not identical with the meaning of ‘wán’ (finish, complete). Examples are: ‘suàn hǎo zhàng’ (finish reckoning accounts), ‘xiūhǎo chē’ (fix(ed) the car), now the car has recovered its moving ability and is ready to go. More examples are:
Gǎi/zuò/jiàn/zhǔnbèi/yùbèi + hǎo
alter, change/do, make/build, construct/prepare + hǎo
gǎi hǎo wénzhāng/zuòhǎo zuòyè/jiànhǎo dàlóu/zhǔnbèi hǎo wǎnfàn/xǐ hǎo yīfu
finish revising (the) article/finish doing (the) homework/finish constructing (the) building/finish preparing (the) supper/fiish washing (the) clothes
 Loar, J. K. (2011). Chinese syntactic grammar: functional and conceptual principles. New York: Peter Lang.