consummate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create to conclusion or fruition; conclude: consummate a business transaction.
    • To realize or attain; fulfill: a dream which was finally consummated because of the publication of the woman first book.
    • to perform (a marriage) because of the first act of intercourse following the service.
    • To fulfill (a sexual need or attraction) specially by intercourse.
    • to create to conclusion; to improve to the highest point or degree; to complete; to finish; to perfect; to quickly attain.
  • adjective:
    • perfect or perfect in all respects: consummate joy. See Synonyms at perfect.
    • Supremely accomplished or skilled: "Sargent ended up being today a consummate master of brushwork” ( Roberta Smith).
    • perfect; total: a consummate bore.
    • perfect in every information, perfect, absolute.
    • highly skilled and experienced; completely qualified
    • held to the utmost level or degree; associated with the finest quality; complete; perfect.
    • having or exposing supreme mastery or ability
    • without qualification; used informally as (usually pejorative) intensifiers
    • perfect and total in every respect; having all needed qualities
  • verb:
    • to carry (an activity, task, goal etc.) to conclusion; to achieve.
    • to help make perfect, attain, give the finishing touch
    • to create (a marriage) full by doing very first sexual activity.
    • To become perfected, get the finishing touch
    • fulfill intimately
    • make perfect; provide brilliance
  • others:
    • in order to complete by doing what was intended; perfect; bring or curry to your utmost point or degree; carry or bring to conclusion; complete; achieve.
    • especially To complete (a married relationship) by sexual intercourse.
    • perfect; perfect; held towards utmost degree or degree: since, consummate felicity; consummate hypocrisy.

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