Meaning of COMPLETE in English

COMPLETE

I.

verb

1 finish sth

ADVERB

▪ on schedule , on time

▪ successfully

The project has now been successfully ~d.

▪ just , recently

We have recently ~d a 10-year study.

▪ fully , partially

I've fully ~d my training.

2 write information

ADVERB

▪ accurately , correctly

Has the form been correctly ~d?

Complete is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ acquisition , ↑ arrangement , ↑ assessment , ↑ assignment , ↑ building , ↑ check , ↑ checklist , ↑ circuit , ↑ collection , ↑ conquest , ↑ construction , ↑ coupon , ↑ course , ↑ crossing , ↑ cycle , ↑ deal , ↑ degree , ↑ diploma , ↑ dissertation , ↑ doctorate , ↑ draft , ↑ duty , ↑ education , ↑ enquiry , ↑ errand , ↑ evaluation , ↑ exercise , ↑ form , ↑ formality , ↑ grade , ↑ high school , ↑ inspection , ↑ inventory , ↑ investigation , ↑ job , ↑ journey , ↑ lap , ↑ level , ↑ look , ↑ manoeuvre , ↑ manuscript , ↑ marathon , ↑ master , ↑ merger , ↑ mission , ↑ module , ↑ move , ↑ negotiation , ↑ novel , ↑ objective , ↑ orbit , ↑ order , ↑ outfit , ↑ painting , ↑ paperwork , ↑ pass , ↑ passage , ↑ phase , ↑ picture , ↑ preparation , ↑ procedure , ↑ process , ↑ programme , ↑ project , ↑ puzzle , ↑ questionnaire , ↑ quiz , ↑ renovation , ↑ repair , ↑ repetition , ↑ report , ↑ restoration , ↑ review , ↑ revision , ↑ revolution , ↑ ritual , ↑ round , ↑ rout , ↑ sale , ↑ schooling , ↑ semester , ↑ sentence , ↑ sequence , ↑ set , ↑ stint , ↑ study , ↑ survey , ↑ task , ↑ term , ↑ test , ↑ thesis , ↑ training , ↑ transaction , ↑ transformation , ↑ transition , ↑ treatment , ↑ trial , ↑ trip , ↑ voyage , ↑ work , ↑ workout

II.

adj.

1 having/including all the parts

VERBS

▪ be , seem

▪ survive

The book survives ~ only in the second edition of 1533.

▪ make sth

You've made my life ~.

ADVERB

▪ remarkably

a remarkably ~ account of the negotiations

▪ very

A very ~ index provides easy reference to topics in the book.

▪ far from , less than , not quite

▪ almost , essentially , largely , nearly , virtually

▪ fairly , reasonably , relatively

2 finished

VERBS

▪ be , seem

ADVERB

▪ almost , nearly , substantially , virtually

The job is almost ~.

▪ far from

▪ not yet

Complete is used with these nouns: ↑ absence , ↑ acceptance , ↑ accuracy , ↑ advantage , ↑ agreement , ↑ amateur , ↑ amazement , ↑ anarchy , ↑ annihilation , ↑ anonymity , ↑ answer , ↑ antithesis , ↑ astonishment , ↑ authority , ↑ autonomy , ↑ ban , ↑ beginner , ↑ bibliography , ↑ blockade , ↑ blockage , ↑ bore , ↑ break , ↑ breakdown , ↑ catastrophe , ↑ ceasefire , ↑ census , ↑ certainty , ↑ change , ↑ chaos , ↑ check , ↑ circle , ↑ circuit , ↑ clarity , ↑ closure , ↑ cock-up , ↑ coincidence , ↑ collapse , ↑ collection , ↑ comfort , ↑ command , ↑ commitment , ↑ confidence , ↑ confidentiality , ↑ conformity , ↑ confusion , ↑ consistency , ↑ contempt , ↑ contradiction , ↑ contrast , ↑ control , ↑ conviction , ↑ cooperation , ↑ cure , ↑ cycle , ↑ darkness , ↑ dedication , ↑ defeat , ↑ departure , ↑ dependence , ↑ description , ↑ despair , ↑ destruction , ↑ detachment , ↑ detail , ↑ devastation , ↑ devotion , ↑ disappearance , ↑ disappointment , ↑ disarmament , ↑ disarray , ↑ disaster , ↑ disbelief , ↑ discretion , ↑ disgust , ↑ disintegration , ↑ disorder , ↑ disregard , ↑ disrespect , ↑ document , ↑ dominance , ↑ domination , ↑ embargo , ↑ equality , ↑ examination , ↑ exclusion , ↑ exemption , ↑ exhaustion , ↑ explanation , ↑ failure , ↑ faith , ↑ farce , ↑ flop , ↑ fool , ↑ forgiveness , ↑ freedom , ↑ freeze , ↑ fulfilment , ↑ gamut , ↑ garbage , ↑ guide , ↑ halt , ↑ harmony , ↑ helplessness , ↑ honesty , ↑ idiot , ↑ ignorance , ↑ immunity , ↑ impartiality , ↑ inability , ↑ independence , ↑ index , ↑ indifference , ↑ information , ↑ innocence , ↑ integration , ↑ integrity , ↑ inventory , ↑ isolation , ↑ jerk , ↑ knowledge , ↑ lack , ↑ liberty , ↑ lie , ↑ list , ↑ loser , ↑ loyalty , ↑ lunatic , ↑ madness , ↑ mastery , ↑ mess , ↑ misery , ↑ misunderstanding , ↑ mystery , ↑ myth , ↑ nightmare , ↑ nonsense , ↑ novice , ↑ obedience , ↑ obscurity , ↑ omission , ↑ openness , ↑ opposite , ↑ outfit , ↑ outsider , ↑ overhaul , ↑ overview , ↑ package , ↑ panic , ↑ paralysis , ↑ physical , ↑ picture , ↑ privacy , ↑ protection , ↑ range , ↑ reappraisal , ↑ reconstruction , ↑ record , ↑ recording , ↑ recovery , ↑ refusal , ↑ relaxation , ↑ reliance , ↑ relief , ↑ removal , ↑ renovation , ↑ replacement , ↑ report , ↑ resolution , ↑ responsibility , ↑ rest , ↑ restoration , ↑ rethink , ↑ return , ↑ reversal , ↑ review , ↑ revision , ↑ revolution , ↑ rubbish , ↑ ruin , ↑ safety , ↑ satisfaction , ↑ seclusion , ↑ secrecy , ↑ segregation , ↑ sense , ↑ sentence , ↑ separation , ↑ sequence , ↑ seriousness , ↑ service , ↑ set , ↑ shake-up , ↑ shock , ↑ silence , ↑ sincerity , ↑ skeleton , ↑ solution , ↑ specification , ↑ specimen , ↑ spectrum , ↑ standstill , ↑ stranger , ↑ stupidity , ↑ submission , ↑ success , ↑ support , ↑ surprise , ↑ surrender , ↑ switch , ↑ text , ↑ theory , ↑ transcript , ↑ transformation , ↑ trust , ↑ truth , ↑ turn , ↑ U-turn , ↑ understanding , ↑ unity , ↑ unknown , ↑ version , ↑ victory , ↑ waste , ↑ withdrawal , ↑ work , ↑ wreck

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