Complete - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- complete a pass (syn: nail)
- write all the required information onto a form (syn: fill in, fill out, make out)
He spoke in complete sentences.
They sat in complete silence.
The project took four months to complete.
Her latest purchase completes her collection.
The new baby completed their family.
The quarterback completed 12 out of 15 passes.
He only needs one more stamp to complete his collection.
Its song completes the charm of this bird.
Simply complete the coupon below.
The police were in complete control of the situation.
Their engagement came as a complete surprise to me.
This is a complete waste of time.
Meg realized she'd been a complete fool.
The darkness was almost complete.
The list below is not complete.
present participle: completing
past tense: completed
past participle: completed
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