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Meaning & Definition of Complete in English

English

Complete

/kəmplit/

verb

1. Come or bring to a finish or an end

  • "He finished the dishes"
  • "She completed the requirements for her master's degree"
  • "The fastest runner finished the race in just over 2 hours
  • Others finished in over 4 hours"
    synonym:
  • complete
  • ,
  • finish

2. Bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements

  • "A child would complete the family"
    synonym:
  • complete

3. Complete or carry out

  • "Discharge one's duties"
    synonym:
  • dispatch
  • ,
  • discharge
  • ,
  • complete

4. Complete a pass

    synonym:
  • complete
  • ,
  • nail

5. Write all the required information onto a form

  • "Fill out this questionnaire, please!"
  • "Make out a form"
    synonym:
  • complete
  • ,
  • fill out
  • ,
  • fill in
  • ,
  • make out

adjective

1. Having every necessary or normal part or component or step

  • "A complete meal"
  • "A complete wardrobe"
  • "A complete set of the britannica"
  • "A complete set of china"
  • "A complete defeat"
  • "A complete accounting"
    synonym:
  • complete

2. Perfect and complete in every respect

  • Having all necessary qualities
  • "A complete gentleman"
  • "Consummate happiness"
  • "A consummate performance"
    synonym:
  • complete
  • ,
  • consummate

3. Highly skilled

  • "An accomplished pianist"
  • "A complete musician"
    synonym:
  • accomplished
  • ,
  • complete

4. Without qualification

  • Used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
  • "An arrant fool"
  • "A complete coward"
  • "A consummate fool"
  • "A double-dyed villain"
  • "Gross negligence"
  • "A perfect idiot"
  • "Pure folly"
  • "What a sodding mess"
  • "Stark staring mad"
  • "A thoroughgoing villain"
  • "Utter nonsense"
  • "The unadulterated truth"
    synonym:
  • arrant(a)
  • ,
  • complete(a)
  • ,
  • consummate(a)
  • ,
  • double-dyed(a)
  • ,
  • everlasting(a)
  • ,
  • gross(a)
  • ,
  • perfect(a)
  • ,
  • pure(a)
  • ,
  • sodding(a)
  • ,
  • stark(a)
  • ,
  • staring(a)
  • ,
  • thoroughgoing(a)
  • ,
  • utter(a)
  • ,
  • unadulterated

5. Having come or been brought to a conclusion

  • "The harvesting was complete"
  • "The affair is over, ended, finished"
  • "The abruptly terminated interview"
    synonym:
  • complete
  • ,
  • concluded
  • ,
  • ended
  • ,
  • over(p)
  • ,
  • all over
  • ,
  • terminated

Examples of using

That disagreement resulted in a complete break between them.
I can't complete with you all.
I can't complete with you.