Meaning of COMPLETE in English


I. adjective (~r; -est) Etymology: Middle English complet, from Latin completus, from past participle of complēre Date: 14th century 1. having all necessary parts, elements, or steps , having all four sets of floral organs, including modifiers, complements, or objects, brought to an end ; concluded , highly proficient , 4. fully carried out ; thorough , total , absolute , legally caught, characterized by the occurrence of a pupal stage between the motile immature stages and the adult, having the property that every Cauchy sequence of elements converges to a limit in the space, see: full ~ly adverb ~ness noun completive adjective II. transitive verb (~d; completing) Date: 15th century to bring to an end and especially into a perfected state , 2. to make whole or perfect , to mark the end of , execute , fulfill , to carry out (a forward pass) successfully, see: close

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