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Adjective
With everything included, and nothing missing or absent
“Thanos would then go on to use his complete collection of Infinity Stones to achieve his mission with just a snap of his fingers.”
Adjective
Finished, having reached an end or conclusion
“My work here is complete, but yours is only just beginning.”
Adjective
(generic intensifier) Extreme or absolute in degree
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“We cannot have a repeat performance next week, because that was a complete disaster.”
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Covering everything and all that is relevant
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“Tonight, there will be a complete documentary on traditional life in the Western Isles.”
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Exhausting all effort
“He would later admit that it was a complete performance by him, even for a mild-mannered personality like himself.”
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Marked by a person's overall balance in skill and ability from a performance
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“Montana had a complete game on the weekend, and his stats reflect the dominance he exerted against the opposition.”
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Characterized by being complete or unbroken
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Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available
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Existing in large amounts or numbers
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Large in magnitude or number
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Serving as the ideal model or example for something
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Ready for use
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Superseding others in importance or status
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Produced by humans rather than nature
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Advanced or mature in development
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Complete, or having all that is needed, by itself
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Carried out using a planned, ordered procedure
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Incapable of being redeemed, recovered or undone
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Pertaining to a collective
Verb
To carry out an action to the end
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Complete all the duties as listed by your mother, and then you may go about gallivanting with your friends.”
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Serving as a finishing touch to
“We need this state-of-the-art television to complete the living room.”
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To bring fulfillment or happiness to one's life
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“Katherine knew deep down, that the man standing in front of her, would complete her existence.”
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To bring an event to a close or conclusion
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“It was the last gig of the evening, and the perfect way to complete a weekend of festivities.”
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To fill in its entirety
“You need to complete the form in order to register for the competition.”
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To bring about or cause something to happen
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To make up or be a part of a whole
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To be successful in, or meet the requirements of, a test, exam or endeavor
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To persist in
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To represent in a physical, concrete or visible form
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Provide evidence to support or prove the truth of
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Determiner
A sufficient amount of
Determiner
Complete, or the greatest possible
Noun
The whole thing
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