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With everything included, and nothing missing or absent
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“Thanos would then go on to use his complete collection of Infinity Stones to achieve his mission with just a snap of his fingers.”
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Finished, having reached an end or conclusion
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“My work here is complete, but yours is only just beginning.”
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(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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Consisting of the same substance throughout
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Absolute and unquestioning
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Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available
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Something precise or exact
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Habitual, firmly established, and unlikely to change
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Large in magnitude or number
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Ready for use
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Superseding others in importance or status
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Existing in large amounts or numbers
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Extremely great, severe, or impressive
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Produced by humans rather than nature
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Having all its feathers
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Advanced or mature in development
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Restricted to the person, group, or area concerned
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Implanted within the body
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Complete, or having all that is needed, by itself
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Not limited or restricted in terms of number, quantity, or extent
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Wishing to do one's work or duty well and thoroughly
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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
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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
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“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 carry out a role or penalty
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To make up or be a part of a whole
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Add an extra element or amount to
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Follow something through
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To complete
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To persist in
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(of a candidate) To be successful in (an examination, test, or course)
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To arrive at an answer through logic
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Provide evidence to support or prove the truth of
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To represent in a physical, concrete or visible form