complete definition

  • adjective:
    • Having all essential or normal parts, elements, or steps; whole: a complete meal.
    • Botany Having all main parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.
    • Having come to a conclusion; concluded.
    • Absolute; total: "In Cairo I have seen structures which were falling down because they had been becoming put-up, buildings whoever incompletion ended up being complete” ( William H. Gass).
    • Skilled; accomplished: a whole musician.
    • Thorough; consummate: an entire coward.
    • baseball Caught in bounds by a receiver: a whole pass.
    • with components included; with absolutely nothing lacking; complete.
    • Finished; finished; determined; finished.
    • Generic intensifier.
    • for which every Cauchy series converges.
    • by which every set with a lower bound has a greatest lower bound.
    • for which all tiny restrictions exist.
    • chock-full; without any component or factor lacking; free of deficiency; whole; perfect; consummate.
    • done; finished; concluded; completed.
    • Having all parts or body organs which fit in with it or to the conventional type; having calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistil.
    • without qualification; utilized informally as (usually pejorative) intensifiers
    • having every necessary or normal part or component or step
    • perfect and total in all aspects; having all needed characteristics
    • highly skilled
    • having come or been taken to a conclusion
    • Having all required or regular components, components, or tips; entire: an entire meal.
    • Botany Having all principal parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.
    • Having arrived at an-end; determined.
    • Absolute; complete: "In Cairo I've seen buildings that have been dropping down while they were becoming post, structures whose incompletion was complete” ( William H. Gass).
    • Skilled; achieved: a total musician.
    • detailed; consummate: a whole coward.
    • Football Caught in bounds by a receiver: an entire pass.
    • With all parts included; with absolutely nothing lacking; complete.
    • Finished; ended; concluded; completed.
    • Generic intensifier.
    • for which every Cauchy sequence converges.
    • by which every set with less bound has actually a greatest lower bound.
    • for which all tiny limits exist.
    • chock-full; with no component or element lacking; free from deficiency; entire; perfect; consummate.
    • Finished; ended; determined; completed.
    • Having all parts or organs which participate in it or even the conventional form; having calyx, corolla, stamens, and pistil.
    • without qualification; made use of informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
    • having every needed or typical component or component or move
    • perfect and full in all respects; having all necessary attributes
    • very skilled
    • having come or already been taken to a conclusion
  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry to a finish or an-end: she's completed her studies.
    • to help make entire, with required elements or components: an extra child would complete their loved ones.
    • Football To toss (a forward pass) to be able to be caught by a receiver.
    • to carry to circumstances for which there isn't any deficiency; to master; to consummate; to complete; to meet; to complete.
    • to create to a finish or a finish: she's completed her researches.
    • to produce whole, with all essential elements or parts: A second son or daughter would finish their loved ones.
    • Football To throw (a forward pass) in order to be caught by a receiver.
    • To bring to a situation for which there's no deficiency; to master; to consummate; to achieve; to fulfill; to finish.
  • verb:
    • To finish; to make done; to reach the end.
    • In order to make whole or whole.
    • write all of the needed information onto an application
    • provide a complete, with all the required parts or elements
    • total a pass
    • complete or carry out
    • come or provide a finish or a conclusion
    • To finish; in order to make done; to achieve the conclusion.
    • to create whole or whole.
    • write all needed information onto a form
    • provide an entire, while using the needed components or elements
    • complete a pass
    • full or carry out
    • come or provide a finish or a conclusion
  • others:
    • Having no deficiency; wanting no part or factor; perfect; whole; entire; full: because, in complete armor.
    • detailed; consummate; perfect in type or quality.
    • Finished; ended; determined; finished.
    • when it comes to a partial differential equation of the first-order, a remedy containing the entire wide range of arbitrary constants, but no arbitrary function.
    • to help make total; bring to a consummation or a finish; add or provide what is lacking to; finish; ideal; fill or away: as, to perform a house or a task; to perform an unfinished design; to perform another's thought, or the measure of a person's wrongs.
    • To fulfil; accomplish; realize.
    • Synonyms To consummate, do, perform, achieve, recognize.
    • Having no deficiency; desiring no component or factor; perfect; entire; entire; complete: because, in complete armor.
    • complete; consummate; perfect in type or quality.
    • Finished; concluded; determined; completed.
    • when it comes to a partial differential equation regarding the first order, a solution containing the full quantity of arbitrary constants, but no arbitrary function.
    • to produce complete; bring to a consummation or a finish; include or supply something lacking to; finish; perfect; fill up or away: because, to complete a residence or a job; to complete an unfinished design; to perform another's idea, or the measure of a person's wrongs.
    • To fulfil; achieve; recognize.
    • Synonyms To consummate, do, perform, achieve, realize.
  • noun:
    • the very last associated with the day-to-day canonical hours inside Roman Catholic breviary: same as complin.
    • the very last associated with the day-to-day canonical hours in the Roman Catholic breviary: just like complin.

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