|1.||[ adjective ] 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"
|Related terms:||incomplete incomplete full absolute absolute accomplished accomplished exhaustive all self-contained all-out all-out good fleshed_out fleshed_out hearty stand-alone sound dead completed full-blown full-blown allover full-dress clean full-dress whole comprehensive completeness|
|2.||[ verb ] 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"
|Related terms:||end end carry_through follow_through get_through round_out close top see_through completion closer finish|
|3.||[ verb ] bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements|
"A child would complete the family"
|4.||[ adjective ] perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities|
"a complete gentleman" "consummate happiness" "a consummate performance"
|5.||[ verb ] complete or carry out|
"discharge one's duties"
|Related terms:||carry_through carry|
|6.||[ verb ] (american football,games) complete a pass, in football|
|Related terms:||play football|
|7.||[ verb ] write all the required information onto a form|
|Synonyms:||fill_out make_out fill_in|
"fill out this questionnaire, please!" "make out a form"
|8.||[ adjective ] without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers|
|Synonyms:||utter pure everlasting gross consummate perfect sodding stark staring thoroughgoing double-dyed arrant|
"an arrant fool" "a complete coward" "a consummate fool" "gross negligence" "a perfect idiot" "pure folly" "what a sodding mess" "stark staring mad" "utter nonsense"
|9.||[ adjective ] highly skilled|
"an accomplished pianist" "a complete musician"
|10.||[ adjective ] having come or been brought to a conclusion|
|Synonyms:||over all_over ended terminated concluded|
"the harvesting was complete" "the affair is over, ended, finished" "the abruptly terminated interview"
|11.||[ adjective ] (botany) having all four whorls or principal parts--sepals and petals and stamens and carpels (or pistils)|
|Related terms:||incomplete botany|